“Michel de Bustros’ passions for art and opera have accompanied the development of the domain, where wine and art have been intimately linked through several artistic tributes over the time.”
Every year a new canvas painted by a Lebanese female artist is selected for the label of the Château Kefraya red wine. The private collection of paintings is displayed in the main hall of the chateau, converted into an art gallery.
Nature and Environment
In line with a sustainable development policy and an integrated approach to viticulture, the vineyards are not irrigated. Vines are grown naturally with minimal intervention, encouraging biodiversity in a healthy environment. The domain is surrounded by pyracanthas while many other species flourish in a sumptuous setting of pine, cypress, oak, cedar and olive trees.
“A wine-grower who loves his vines visits them, talks to them and touches them. The vine feels it and responds positively. There is certainly a communication between man and the fauna. Then, why not between man and the flora?” Michel de Bustros.