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Chateau Musar WHITE 2017

Chateau Musar WHITE 2017
Category: Wine > White Wine
Alcohol: 11.5%
Unit Size: 75.0 cl
Origin: Lebanon > Bekaa Valley
Sweetness: 2 - Dry
Maturity: Drink now, but will keep
Grapes: Merwah, Obaideh
Retail: £42.99
Stock: In Stock
Martinez Ref: LEBONW002

Tasting Note

Tastings after the harvest at the winery revealed an elegant Obaideh and a ‘wild’ Merwah, perhaps a perfect combination of styles and genuine reflection of the terroir and the ease with which they have adapted to Lebanese conditions over centuries.
The 2017 vintage looks very promising; it would benefit from decanting and, cellared well, it will keep for decades. The quality of the indigenous Obaideh and Merwah exceeded our expectations this year.