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Chateau Musar Blanc 2012

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Château Musar Blanc is a barrel-aged white wine made from the Obaideh (related to Chardonnay) and Merwah (related to Semillon) native varieties that are grown in the Bekaa Valley (Lebanon) by Château Musar.

Gaston Hochar made his dream come true when he returned from Bordeaux in 1930 and set up his own winemaking project in Ghariz, a town 25 km from Beirut (Lebanon). In their time, both the Phoenicians and Romans had identified this area as an ideal place to make wines of great complexity and intensity. This became widely known when Musar was considered to be the best wine at the Bristol Wine Fair in 1979. Château Musar is now run by the founder’s grandchildren.

Château Musar Blanc comes from two ancient native varieties that grow in the Bekaa Valley. The Obaideh variety grows at the foot of the hill on rocky and calcareous soils and the Merwah is planted on the hill on calcareous gravel soils at an altitude of 1,400 metres. They are cultivated using traditional agriculture and the harvest is low-yield but high-quality.

In the winery, the Château Musar Blanc grapes ferment in barrels made with oak from the Nevers forest and are left to rest for 9 months. Once the wine is ready it is bottled and kept in the cellar. It is ready for sale 7 years after harvest.

Château Musar Blanc is a Lebanese style wine and one of the best in the world. An intense and complex white that is perfect for people who love mature wines with good bottle aging.
Château Musar Blanc is a barrel-aged white wine made from the Obaideh (related to Chardonnay) and Merwah (related to Semillon) native varieties that are grown in the Bekaa Valley (Lebanon) by Château Musar.

Gaston Hochar made his dream come true when he returned from Bordeaux in 1930 and set up his own winemaking project in Ghariz, a town 25 km from Beirut (Lebanon). In their time, both the Phoenicians and Romans had identified this area as an ideal place to make wines of great complexity and intensity. This became widely known when Musar was considered to be the best wine at the Bristol Wine Fair in 1979. Château Musar is now run by the founder’s grandchildren.

Château Musar Blanc comes from two ancient native varieties that grow in the Bekaa Valley. The Obaideh variety grows at the foot of the hill on rocky and calcareous soils and the Merwah is planted on the hill on calcareous gravel soils at an altitude of 1,400 metres. They are cultivated using traditional agriculture and the harvest is low-yield but high-quality.

In the winery, the Château Musar Blanc grapes ferment in barrels made with oak from the Nevers forest and are left to rest for 9 months. Once the wine is ready it is bottled and kept in the cellar. It is ready for sale 7 years after harvest.

Château Musar Blanc is a Lebanese style wine and one of the best in the world. An intense and complex white that is perfect for people who love mature wines with good bottle aging.

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