Lebanon’s Cinsault has been growing in the Bekaa Valley for more than a century. In this respect, and bearing in mind the other exciting grapes that make up the blend, Les Bretèches is a quintessential Lebanese wine.
With a finely spiced nose of blackcurrant and cherry, it reveals silky tannins and generous red fruits flavors.
The launch of each vintage is celebrated with a limited edition label designed by a young Lebanese artist.
Numerous prizes have been won by this wine: the International Wine & Spirit Competition awarded the 2013, 2010 and 2009 vintage Silver Outstanding award:
Judges Tasting Notes Ruby fading to garnet in colour. Warm, herbal and spicy bouquet, with nuances of cloves and cinnamon, and a savoury, briary freshness. Smooth and utterly delicious flavour and texture, redolent with fruit and caramel-like sweetness, laced with herbs to enhance and extend the finish.
About Chateau Kefraya
Art and Culture
“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.”
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