Wine

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  • Cuvee Saint. Gregory Cabernet Sauvignon | Merlot | Blanc 750ml/12 Product of France
  • This opulent Cabernet Sauvignon is rich, dark and fruity with a spicy finish. The French oak nuances add hints of vanilla and wood to the powerful palate. Excellent with red meat and game. Best served at room temperature. 750 ml Product of Lebanon
  • 750 ml, 13.5% ABV Dry Red wine, Vayots Dzor region Made from 50% Areni & 50% Sireni grapes Koor Reserve is a traditional blend of indigenous Armenian varietals, grown in high elevation vineyards of Vayots Dzor and Nagorno Karabakh. The primary and signature grape, Areni, is elegant, fruity and subtle. It is well balanced with a more tannic grape, Sireni, giving Koor its defined structure. Koor Reserve has been aged in French oak for over 20 months, giving the wine for complexity and character. Areni grapes’ natural acidity keeps the wine fresh, fruity and vibrant, making it a perfect match for a wide variety of food pairings.
  • Made from Areni, Kakhet and Haghtanak grapes. The wine is accompanied by notes of various fruity and floral aromas, transforming into lush coffee and chocolate aromas. A richly structured, classy palate that yields a smooth elegant and lingering finish. Aged 6 months in French and Armenian oak barrels.
  • A special dessert wine prepared from black Kakhet grape variety grown in Ararat Valley. 750ml/12 • 16% ABV Product of Armenia
  • Les Breteches Rouge | Rose | White VINIFICATION After destemming, berries undergo maceration on skins. Grapes are then pressed with pneumatic press and their juices are selected. Alcohol ferments in tanks and barrels at a controlled temperature of 16-18 degrees. After fermentation, the wines are stabilized with regard to protein and tartaric acid. No use of wood shavings.
  • Chateau Heritage Foothills Red | Foothills Rose | Foothills White Harvest: Totally manual harvest with only the optimal quality grapes used. This wine stayed in contact with grapes’ skin for a period of two weeks. Maturation took place in stainless steel tanks. This particular wine is then aged in Second Wine Oak Barrels for a period of 6-months before being bottled and preserved for a certain period for proper evolution. Tasting Notes: Deep red color. Nose of dark forest berries, with cedar and tobacco notes. Excellent balance, harmony, and length.
  • Grape varietals Cabernet-Sauvignon 50%, Arinarnoa 50%. Tasting A dense deep purple red robe, with a remarkable bouquet of dark wild berries, with an underliving of liquorice, fenugreek and carob, accompanied with a highly complex olfactory range.
  • Grapes Varietals Moscatel is issued from Muscat à petit grain and Gewurztraminer that are late harvest in November. Taste Sweet wine tinted with a gold hint. Nice Muscat nose with floral and citrus fruits aromas, accompanied by melon and honey smell. On the palate, it is young and smoothly rich, at the same time it adds the impression of matured and sugary raisins where the alcohol is slightly perceptible.
  • Grape Varietals Made out of Cabernet-Franc and Syrah chosen from the finest soils of the Bekaa Valley. Taste An intense pink color with an aroma of red berries and a hint of spiciness, with an initial roundness in the mouth, and finishing with a fresh and vivid taste.
  • LOCATION The grapes are grown on the hillsides in the most north-easterly portion of the Beqaa Valley at 1,200m altitude, in the Raas Baalbeck area. An arid and continental environment, where Mount Lebanon and the Anti-Lebanon Mountains meet. VINIFICATION The grapes are hand-picked, and conveyed in crates. Once sorted on tables and fully destemmed, they are vinified for at least 30 days in temperature-controlled oak vats.  
  • LOCATION The grapes are grown on the hillsides of the Beqaa Valley at an altitude at 1,200-900 metres above sea level. VINIFICATION Grapes are hand-picked and conveyed in crates. Direct pressing with a pneumatic press, static settling, and fermentation in stainless-steel vats. Bottling at 8 months.
  • PERSONALITY A fresh, thirstquenching wine for everyday drinking, distinguished by hints of spice and pepper. Drink when young to fully enjoy its fruit. LOCATION The grapes are grown on the hillsides of the Beqaa Valley at 1,200-900 meters above sea level.
  • PERSONALITY An astonishing full bodied blend with rich oak flavors on the palate and good depth. VINIFICATION Made exclusively from tannic grape varieties. Careful vinification for an optimal extraction and aging for 9 months in new French oak casks.
  • GRAPE VARIETIES Obeidi 35%, Clairette 35%, Sauvignon Blanc 15%, Chardonnay 15% VINIFICATION Conducted at Massaya Faqra winery. Grapes are hand-picked and conveyed in crates. Direct pressing with a pneumatic press, static settling then fermented in foudres and demi-muids.
  • PERSONALITY Attractive ruby hue of medium depth. A nose of fresh scrubland with a hint of jujube, while its elegance are clear as soon it touches the palate. Steadily gains in power over time, with tannins that show its cellaring potential. LOCATION The grapes are grown in the foothills of Mount Lebanon in the Hadath Baalbeck area, at more than 1,000 metres above sea level.
  • Grape Varieties Cinsaut, tempranillo, syrah, mourvèdre, grenache noir, cabernet sauvignon, carignan, marselan and cabernet franc. Optimum tasting date and ageing potential 3 years of ageing potential. In order to preserve the freshness of the product, it is recommended to consume it as soon as possible.
  • Grape varieties Syrah, Cabernet sauvignon and Mourvèdre Optimum tasting date A good ageing potential. It can be stored for more than 10 years.
  • Grape varieties Viognier, Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Bourboulenc and Ugni blanc. Optimum tasting date and ageing potential 3 years of ageing potential. In order to preserve the freshness of the product, it is recommended to consume it as soon as possible.
  • Grape varieties Cabernet sauvignon and Syrah Optimum tasting date and ageing potential A good ageing potential. It can be stored for more than 10 years.
  • Grape varietals A blend of Syrah, Marselan and Cabernet Franc. Tasting notes Brilliant limpid purple color with silver highlights, this is a wine with very expressive bouquet and with a good intensity. Complex, it reveals notes of smoke, vanilla, soot and roasted coffee that subtly combine with pronounced notes of black currant and black cherry.
  • Chateau Heritage Cuvee Saint Elie Red & White Brilliant ruby color. Splendid nose of coffee and chocolate grilled and toasted, vanilla and cassis. Explosive mouth of red and black fruits, with remarkable and elegant tannins. Exceptional finish.
  • Harvest: Totally manual harvest with only the exceptional years and optimal quality grapes used. This wine stayed in contact with grape’s skin for a period of two weeks. Maturation took place in stainless steel tanks. This particular wine is then aged in Second Wine Oak Barrels for a period of 12-months before being bottled and preserved for a certain period for proper evolution. Tasting Notes: Dark red Color. The very fine nose shows remarkable complexity with aromas that recall truffles, caramel and forest fruits. Beautiful and elegant balance on the palate with a perfect finish.
  • Kangoun has elegant textures, defined flavors and well-balanced structure. The wine captures the essence of the grapes with a lovely bouquet and distinct aromas of banana and other tropical fruit as well as notes of the iris flower, giving the fruits a creamy touch. Pairs well with pasta, fish and cheeses.
  • The wine has a touch of sweetness contrasted harmoniously with crisp minerality. Notes of red berries and dried fruits give it fresh, fruity aromatics of strawberry and peach while maintaining a cool and well-structured experience. Pairs well with cheeses such as Brie, fruits and sweets desserts.