90 red, white and rosé Lebanese Wines to discover on the market
More than 150 years have passed since Lebanon’s first modern winery began production. Today, the country produces approximately 9 million bottles from almost 50 wineries, with wine also a key export. We invite you to join us in raising a glass from one of our specially selected wines and drink to better days.




The 2016 vintage of EL is the perfect balance of complexity and sensuality, harmoniously combining purity and longevity.

Aromas of black fruits that are fresh, but not overly ripe, can be found on the palate, alongside notes of spices that include cinnamon, vanilla and cedar snaps.



Blend of 60% Syrah, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Petit Verdot.

• Intense and deep dark ruby color.

• Spicy oak and deep complex notes of Havana tobacco and cedar wood.

• Silky, powerful tannins.

• A warm and concentrated wine, with hints of cinnamon and cloves



Represents the best of Château Qanafar’s terroir, with notes of cassis and ripe black fruits married to velvety oak tannins. Good acidity to balance the fruitiness and a remarkable equilibrium between attack, mid-palate, and finish.

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah which varies from year to year.

• Pairs well with rich grilled meats and vegetables, braised beef, aged hard cheeses, barbecued chicken, glazed duck and tuna.



A fresh nose, with notes of black cherries and red fruits.

• Round, warm and powerful on the mouth, the Grande Reserve Red has the characteristics of a Mediterranean vintage wine.

• Highly balanced with a little sweetness that reveals the character of vintage wines, it becomes finer with age.



Blending Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah Château, this is Qanafar’s “vin de plaisir”.

• A fruity, medium-bodied wine, beaming with delicious ripe fruits and vibrant, mouthwatering acidity.

• Simple, yet structured, sumptuous and vivacious.

• Best served between 16-18°C.

• Pairs well with rich grilled meats, peppery sauces, burgers, pizzas.



A mid-level, full-bodied red wine, blending Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, and made solely with the producer’s own grapes.

• On the nose, it exhibits earthy notes of dark chocolate and ripe plums, while the palate reveals a fruity and spicy character.

• Approximately 20% of the wine is aged in French oak barrels, giving its well-rounded fruitiness a touch of oak character.

• Best served at 18°C after decanting for one hour.



A red wine that can be enjoyed within a year of its birth, but also has real potential for aging.

• Can be enjoyed in winter at room temperature or chilled during summer.

• The varietals grown at high altitudes are handpicked and vinified using special techniques, culminating in a fresh, fruity, supple wine with soft tannins.

• Best served at 16°C, with hot dishes, such as pizza, pasta, white or red meat, and in the summer at 11°C.



A delicate nose displays notes of red fruits, currants and raspberries, with a touch of spices.

A highly elegant and pleasant wine with a good standing and an overtone of softness. Produces a slightly spicy finish.



Blend of 55% Syrah, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Petit Verdot.

• Intense, bright and deep red color.

• Soft, fresh aromas of berry. • Sweet red berries and spiciness, with wild ripe berries and cocoa notes on the palate.

• Lengthy, beautiful tannins, with a highly balanced acidity.



A Bordeaux blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot, aged for 12 months in French oak, with a splash of Mediterranean sunshine.

• Full-bodied, filled notes of red and black fruit, cedar and bell peppers.

• Can benefit from being put down – especially the younger vintages – or drunk immediatly.

• The Chateau will mark its 100th anniversary in 2021.



A blend of Gamay and Cinsault, this intense wine is a beautiful red color, with violet reflections, and has an intense fruity flavor, while offering hints of red cherry and fresh raspberries.

• Characterized by ripe fresh fruit flavors, crisp acid and a rich, light, lingering finish, this wine has a fine, complex, rich and explosive nose, with a touch of exotic fruits, sweet spices and cinnamon.

• Best served at 10 to 12 °C. Its labels are a tribute to the heritage of Lebanon.



Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Touriga Nacional come together in an uncommon blend and subtle liquid work of art, with a wide spectrum of aromas and a supremely velvety palate.

• Offers fruit-filled length on the after palate.

• Best served at 17°C with accompanying gravy dishes of duck and lamb, and hard cheeses after decanting for 1 hour.

• Vintage 2013: winner of Special Prize for Lebanon – Citadelles du Vin, Bordeaux, 2018.



The low-yield vines are handpicked and vinified using a combination of ancestral skills and up-to-date knowledge in the art of winemaking.

• Harmony between nature, earth and man is delicately displayed in this rare and complex wine, resulting in an aromatic, superbly balanced and structured supple wine, with impressive aging potential.

• Best served at 17°C with stews, roasts, steaks and hard cheeses after decanting for 1 hour.



This elegant Bordeaux style wine is fruity and pleasant.

• The blend results in a medium-weight wine and offers notes of violets, licorice and rich black and red fruit flavors.

• Its round tannins and freshness make it silky and smooth on the mouth, allowing it to be enjoyed and appreciated at early age.

• Serve between 16- 18°C.

• Goes well with salads and light and grilled dishes.



An unoaked wine made from vines that are more than 60 years old, planted in the days of the Jesuits, and released in 2020 to honor one of the great grapes of the Bekaa Valley.

Ready to drink, it has flavors of intense red and black fruits, with aromas of spice and garrigue.



The first Pinot Noir in Lebanon, the wine has been selected from Château St Thomas vineyards that are over 15 years old and located on 1200m altitude.

• Deep ruby in color, this elegant fine wine is full bodied, with a well-balanced acidity, character of red fruit and spices.

• Pairs well with roast beef, prime rib and lamb.

• Silver medal winner at Vinalies Internationales Paris 2020 (Pinot Noir 2015) and gold medal winner at Mundus Vini 2020 (Pinot Noir 2016).



A Bordeaux-Rhone blend, made with Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah, and aged for 18 months in French oak, the wine was created in 2000 to celebrate the beginning of the new century.

• Full-bodied, resonating with red and black fruit and licorice.

• Can benefit from being put down – especially the younger vintages – or drunk immediately.



Château Ksara’s signature, limited edition wine and the finest expression of its winemaking skills. A unique blend made with Arinarnoa, Marselan and Cabernet Franc, aged for 24 months in French oak that was first released in 2007 to celebrate the winery’s 150th birthday.

• The wine is full-bodied, rich and complex, layered with black fruit and spice.

• Will age beautifully for over 20 years, but can be drunk immediately.



A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah from selected slopes at the Château St Thomas vineyards, located at an altitude of 1,000 meters.

• An intense and deep ruby red robe, with a complex nose of conifers, spices, rosemary, ginger and chocolate.

• Well-melted round tannins with rich remarkable persistence, the wine is excellent with red meat and strong cheese.

• Recipient of GRAND OR at the esteemed Selections Mondiales des Vins Canada (SMVC) 2020.



Carignan has existed in the Bekaa Valley for over two centuries and has proven to be a variety of wine in perfect harmony with the Lebanese terroir.

In 2018, Domaine des Tourelles decided to introduce to the family this 100% Carignan wine, produced from its vines that are more than 50 years old, in an effort to reconnect with its special Mediterranean identity.

EMIRS 2014


A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Grenache from selected plots at Château St Thomas vineyards. The wine is aged for 12 months in oak barrels, then refined in bottles for 6-8 months.

• Intense, fruity flavor with hints of red fruits and black cherry.

• Full-bodied and persistent, with a good, elegant content of tannins.

• A wine with noble character, it pairs excellently with all varieties of red meat, duck and cheese.



A blend of Cabernet-Sauvignon (40%), Syrah (40%), Cinsault (15%) and Carignan (5%). • Has a ruby color with beautiful reflections.

• The nose is marked by delicate scents of morello cherries, while the blend is balanced and subtle.

• Aged in old concrete vats for up to 24 months, this wine is made with minimal intervention – a true expression of the Bekaa Valley.

• Ripe dark fruit, juxtaposed with a vibrant juicy core, reflect the contrasting days and nights of the valley.



Cinsault has been farmed in the Bekaa Valley since the mid-19th century, before being replaced by new imported varieties. In 2014, Domaine des Tourelles revived the grape by selecting Cinsault vines that were more than 50 years old.

Fully fermented in concrete tanks with native yeasts, this 100% Cinsault is a smooth and well-balanced wine.



Musar Jeune Red vines are grown in our organically certified vineyards in the western Bekaa Valley. The 2018 vintage is a blend of Cinsault, selected from vineyards with varying age of vines (50%), Syrah (30%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (20%).

• Rich dark red in color, it is almost opaque with a hint of violet, offering a black fruit intensity with sweet, spiced aromas.

• A fresh acidity combines well with soft, integrated tannins.



An equal blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault and Carignan. The bottles have been aged in the Chateau Musar cellars before their release in 2021.

• A deep red color, with aromas of sweet cherry, plum and dried fruit, together with a subtle spice element and hint of tobacco.

• The wine has a soft, rounded mouthfeel, with lots of flavor and fruit concentration; caramel, mocha and ripe red fruits.



A blend of Syrah (50%) and Cabernet-Sauvignon (50%), this dry and grandiose red wine has a full and tasty palate, with notes of red fruits, like red cherries and blackberries, that mix elegantly with vanilla and chocolate.

• An acidity that’s ever present is in harmony with the round and delicious tannins.

• Full-bodied and well- structured of an impeccable length.

• Best served at 15-18°C.



A blend of Cinsault (55%), Grenache (35%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (10%). The 2017 vintage was blended in the spring of 2019 and bottled in the summer of the same year.

• The Hochar of this year is ruby red in color, bright and vibrant, with a complex nose of red cherries, alongside sweetsmoked and cinnamon aromas.

• Cherry notes and subtle earthy characters are found on the rich, concentrated palate, which is fruity, fresh and elegant.



A blend of Syrah (25%), Cabernet Sauvignon (25%), Cabernet Franc (25%) and Merlot(25%).

• Crisp and clean, with notes of candied red fruit, blackberry and fig.

• Merlot on the palate produces a thick, sweet finish.

• Gold medal recipient in the “Old Vintage Red Wine” category at HORECA Beirut (April 2011); Gold medal recipient “Sommelier Wine Awards” (2010); Silver medal recipient “Concours Mondial de Bruxelles” (2005).



This distinguished wine from exceptional vineyards evokes the richness of the soil of Jdeidet Marjeyoun. This specific blend of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot harmoniously fuses their fruity and elegant aromas, giving the wine its distinctive red color, with intense and fresh reflections.

• In the mouth, it offers a fresh flavor, together with a rounded, smooth tannin structure.

• Pairs well with beef, duck breast and cheese with character.



A blend of Syrah (50%), Cabernet Sauvignon (25%) and Cabernet Franc (25%).

• The wine is deep, dark garnet in color, while a slightly closed nose reveals notes of undergrowth.

• An open and pleasant attack quickly grows in the mouth, with ripe notes of Sichuan pepper and red pepper.

• Store in a cold (< 18 °C) and dark place. Decant into a carafe 1 hour before serving.

• Excellent paired with beef and lamb, and cheese made from unpasteurized milk.



A blend of Caladoc (80%) and Pinot Noir (20%), this wine is a dense, deep-red garnet in color.

• The first nose opens with strawberry and spicy aromas.

• The palate is fresh and frank, with a subtle fruit finish.

• Can be served chilled or at room temperature and stored for around 7 y.

• Excellent with grilled meat.

NINE 2018


An extensive blend of Cinsault (40%), Cabernet- Sauvignon (20%), Syrah (10%), Mourvèdre (5%), Carignan (5%), Grenache (5%), Tempranillo (5%), Merlot (5%) and Cabernet-Franc (5%).

• Structured, without aggressive tannins.

• Nine is an unoaked wine, designed for easy and casual drinking.

• A clean nose, with hints of strawberries, blueberries and grenadine. Best served at 14-16°C.



A blend of Cabernet-Sauvignon (60%) and Cinsault (40%), this dry red wine is characterized by an explosive mouth of red and black fruits, like black cherry, blueberry, grenadine and raspberry.

• Full-bodied, with an exceptional and unforgettable length, it has a pleasant acidity that balances perfectly with highly elegant, remarkable tannins.

• A pure and pronounced nose of coffee, chocolate, vanilla and blackcurrant.

• Best served at 15-18°C.



Deep, classy and rooted, Le Vin du Marje is a generous, fruity full-bodied wine, featuring a delicate mixture of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah grapes.

• Its lively body evokes the flavors of the south, where it belongs.

• Well balanced in taste, its body has an ideal texture and feel in the mouth, offering a smooth and rich after taste, while its tannins are well-rounded, silky and rich.



BOXED RUBY DRY RED WINE A combination of estate and organically grown Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah, this wine is deep and brilliant red in color, with a purple ring.

• The nose is a complex mix of aromas of fruits, including blackcurrant and wild strawberries, with a hint of coffee and toasted almonds.

• In the mouth, it offers a clean, round and pleasant fruit concentration with a velvety finish and pleasant tannins.



Combining Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, this unmistakably Mediterranean wine originates from an exceptional soil.

• Deep red ruby, with intense highlights and reflections.

• Winner of the Coup de Coeur Award (2019) from Chef Sommelier Patrice Frank, and awarded a Merit by Vincenzo Melia, formerly of Sassicaia winemaker, Couvent de M.



A combination of estate and organically grown Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, this wine is an intense red in color, with a ruby tint, with a nose of red fruits and an overtone of strawberry jam, clove and white pepper.

• Dense and round velvet tannins follow a clean attack in the mouth.

• Altogether, a complex, elegant and powerful wine.



This elegant red is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot.

• After spending 12 months in French oak barrels, it presents a fresh and delicate bouquet, characterized by aromas of spices and red fruits, peppery notes, soft tannins and a round finish.

• Best served at 16-18°C. Goes well with hot and cold starters, as well as with meat.



A combination of estate and organically grown Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc.

• An intense red color, this wine has a nose of ripe Merlot.

• In the mouth, a clean attack is followed by an elegant roundness of concentrated velvety tannins.

• A pleasant finish is achieved from fresh acidity and a hint of prior wood.



Like the cones of the Lebanese cedar, this fine wine takes time to reach its best, maturing in new barrels for 24 months.

• This powerful cuvée of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot has a deep red robe and a wonderful spicy bouquet of pepper and toasted bread, subtle tannins and a smooth velvety finish.

• Best served at 16-18°C. Goes well with fine red meat dishes and cheese.



A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Cinsaut and Mourvèdre.

• The tannins are particularly soft, while the oak is well integrated and the mouth complex with long-lasting aromas.

• Cabernet Sauvignon dominates on the front palate, followed by the Syrah, which gives way to the Cinsaut and the floral aromas of Carmenère in the finish.

• Recipient of gold medal (Mundus Vini –Germany).

• Decant for 30 minutes at 17-19°C.



Blending Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, this deep ruby-colored wine showcases garnet-colored reflections.

• The wine is a harmonious blend of fresh red fruits, spicy and floral notes, alongside others that are woody, roasted and toasted.

• The second nose reveals notes of cigar box, menthol, licorice, spices and garrigue through ripe and slightly candied red fruits.

• Serve between 16-17°C and decant for at least one hour before drinking.



Blend of Merlot (58%), Cabernet Sauvignon (25%) and Syrah (17%), this wine is deep red in color, with purple hues.

• Offers a round, full-bodied palate, which is complex, with vibrant acidity, and strong, well structured tannins.

• A long-lasting aftertaste features flavors of cedar, dark forest fruits and tobacco.

• Consumption 5-15 years. Serve at 16-18°C.

• Pairs well with red meat, game, pork and aged cheese.



Authentic and ethical winemaking, a perfectly balanced wine crisp and big in the mouth, with a medium body and finish.

• The wine is 100% Cinsault  from a single plot vineyard, handpicked at peak maturity.

• Medium garnet color with aromas of red fruits and spices.



Blending Mourvedre (40%), Sangiovese (30%) and Syrah (30%), this wine has the 6,000-year history of the rich and fertile Bekaa Valley at its heart.

• Fresh, mellow and full-bodied, with hints of red fruit, caramel and oak.

• Consumption 1-5 years+ ; Serve at 16 -18°C.

• Pair with grilled meat, pork steak, barbecued salmon, duck breast, aged cheese, ham and bacon.



Tradition is combined with contemporary knowledge and minimal intervention at the winery to showcase the terroir of Piedmont Barouk.

• The wine is 100% Carignan from a single plot vineyard, handpicked at peak maturity.

• Garnet in color, it emits an aroma of flowers and cherries.



 Aged in barrels, Latourba’s single-vineyard Merlot (100%) is intense in color, with a complex texture, well-balanced acidity and elegant aftertaste which are heightened by the aromas of cedar, plums and cherries.

• Consumption 3-15 years+.

• Serve at 16-18°C.

• Pair with roast beef, kidney, beef, lamb kofta, venison and spiced pork ribs.



Made from specially selected vineyards yielding a balanced and elegant rosé wine which exhibits fruity aromas of guava, raspberry, watermelon and citrus, with a profile closely matched on the palate.

• With flavors that are elevated by a crisp acidity, this wine makes an ideal summer aperitif.

• The blend varies from year to year, but mainly comprises Tempranillo, Syrah, Grenache and Zinfandel.

• Best served between 8-10°C. • Pairs well with a light salad, light pasta dishes and seafood.


With its immediately recognizable palecolored robe, this delicate rosé has a fragrant and floral bouquet, which acts as a prelude to a bold, yet subtle mouthfeel, pure and tantalizing, with hints of red fruit. A lingering taste sustained by a firm acidity gives this rosé a lively finish.

• Serve at 9 -11°C and consume 1-2 years+.

• Pairs well with seafood, white meat, green salads, pasta with white sauce and cheese.


This pale-colored press rosé satisfies the palate with its red exotic aromas, body and rich taste that features plenty of zest.

Only noble varietals with low yield are embodied in this wine; the Syrah aroma combines with the freshness of the Cinsaut, while the smoothness of the Pinot Noir completes the experience. Best served at 8-10°C with raw or cooked seafood, pasta, white meat and exotic salads.


Ksara’s premium Provence-like rosé, created in 2017, brings Malbec, Marselan and Vermentino together in a delightful blend.

• The varieties – two reds and one white – are co-fermented to deliver a wine with a rich spectrum of flavors encompassing fruit and spices, freshness and layered complexity.

• Ideal for drinking with food or on its own.


Blending Syrah, Cinsault and Petit Verdot, this wine is a clear, light pink color with hints of rose petals.

• An intense nose conjures up notes of exotic and red fruits, including strawberry, blackcurrant and grenadine.

• The result is a luscious, crisp, refreshing and fruity summer wine which is ideal paired with appetizers, Lebanese mezze and oriental and Asiatic cuisine.


A blend of Cinsault (40%), Syrah (30%) and Tempranillo (30%), this rosé “de saignée” exhibits aromas of tropical fruits and cherry.

• A fruity and elegant wine that transports us to summertime, with a flavor marked by an exquisite freshness.

• Best served at 10- 11°C.


A blend of Cinsault (80%) and Mourvedre (20%), the 2018 vintage Musar Jeune Rosé was launched complete with a newly designed label and branding.

• Bright coral in color, the wine offers a nose bursting with red and orange fruits, namely strawberries and tangerines, with a hint of spice and salinity.

• Nectarines, tangerines and strawberries and cream dominate the palate with a saline minerality.

• Flavors are balanced with a nice acidity and freshness, complete with a lingering finish..


A full, round wine with crispy acidity that’s light salmon in color.

• Citrus and red fruits, such as raspberries and red cherries, provide plenty of depth in taste, making way for a lengthy aftertaste of peaches.

• The nose includes red fruits, cranberry and the presence of passionfruit, with a touch of herbal essence and a deep fragrance of jasmine and oregano.


A rosé from an organic, estate-grown Syrah, this wine is characterized by an intense, light salmon color.

• Fruity aromas of strawberry, raspberry cream and melon are evident, while hints of chlorophyll and mint provide a subtle freshness.

• The mouth is fruity, clean and simple.


The juice of the grapes used to create this rosé is macerated with the skin, allowing a gentle extraction of the color, aromas and flavors.

• Fermented at low temperatures, the wine bursts with strawberry and English candy aromas.

• Silky smooth and delicate on the palate, it offers notes of wild red fruits.

• Serve at 8- 10°C with salads, cold cuts and grills.


Blending Syrah (60%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (40%), this wine is a dry, serious and generous rosé on the palate, with an exceptional freshness.

• Red fruits, mostly raspberry, dominate and provide a full mouth, while a highly balanced acidity and fruity taste provide an exceptional finish.

• The nose is pure and pronounced, evoking red fruits, primarily strawberries and raspberries.

• Best served at 8 – 12°C


Blending Grenache, Cabernet-Sauvignon, Cabernet-Franc, Marselan and Syrah, this wine is clear and shiny, rose petal in color, with silver highlights.

• Round and fresh on first impression, it is refined and delicate yet full in the mouth, revealing notes of citrus, which lead to others of exotic fruits.

• Serve well chilled, between 5- 7°C.

• Pair with grilled meats, appetizers and tapas or mezze dishes.


Combining Tempranillo and Syrah, this elegant, fresh and flexible rosé is characterized by a remarkable liveliness and tenderness, softening the mouth with its fruity sensation.

Its origins in the soil in the south of Lebanon and Mediterranean climate lend the wine its individuality, while a suave, fruity, crispy, delicate palate make it powerful in the mouth and give it a remarkable vivacity.


A combination of Syrah and Sangiovese this crisp and elegant rosé recalls the shades of pink set free across the valley as the sun sets on the Qaraoun lake.

• The wine is brimming with notes of strawberry, blackcurrant, licorice, rose petals and cherries, while maintaining a delicate, yet vibrant acidity.

• Serve at a temperature of 9 -11°C and consume within 1-2 years+.

• Pairs well with salads, white meat, lamb, pasta with light red sauce, cheese and fruits.


\A blend of Grenache and Cinsault, this rosé is pale salmon in color, with complex aromas of roasted nuts, led by hazelnuts, dried herbs and flowers, leading to a long, fresh finish.

The grapes are picked only when they reach full maturity at the vineyards, located at Piedmont Barouk, on the east slopes at 950m altitude in Kefraya village, as part of an authentic and ethical winemaking process with minimal intervention, allowing the wine to retain a sense of place.



Eva is a premium white wine from Qanafar.

• Beautifully elegant, with a pleasant fruitiness married to highly floral notes, mineral, nutty flavors and a nippy acidity, it has a certain smokiness and hint of grilled bread about it, thanks to the specific oak barrels selected.

• Best served between 10-12°C.

• Pairs well with creamy and buttery cheeses, foie gras, chicken and lamb dishes with fruits, spicy and creamy curries, and rich shellfish dishes.


Blanc de Qanafar is Château Qanafar’s refreshing take on the well-known Sauvignon Blanc wines.
• It exhibits intense fruitiness, backed by a crisp acidity.
• An aromatic bouquet of grapefruit, passion fruit, pineapple and Granny Smith apples.
• Best served between 8-10°C.
• Pairs well with cheeses, seafood and dishes with rich white sauces


A Lebanese indigenous grape comes together with two noble southern varieties to produce an elegant swirl of glittering gold hues.

• Showcasing an exquisite bouquet of floral aromas, with hints of Muscat and notes of grapefruit.

• A soft touch of acidity gives the wine a pleasant freshness.


The eye is seduced by the pure-gold hue of this wine, while the nose is enticed by an explosion of white flowers, peach and citrus fruits.

A careful balance of mellowness and liveliness, resulting in a final, woody overture, enthralls the palate and gives the wine a highly distinctive character.


This wine exudes an aromatic bouquet of passionfruit, green apple, pineapple and grapefruit, coupled with a full fruity palate and a trademark crisp acidity, resulting in great balance, length and depth.

• Best served at 7-10°C as an aperitif and with all types of seafood, pasta, white meat, light cheeses and green salads.

• Vintage 2013 was the winner of the Special Prize Sommeliers – Citadelles du Vin, Bordeaux (2015).


Merwah is an ancient indigenous white grape, used in Lebanon for centuries.

The organic grapes are grown on 60-year-old vines at 1,500 meters, an altitude that gives freshness and flavor to the wine’s fruity and floral aromas, complemented by a luscious, rounded feeling in the mouth.


The wine is made from the Obeidy local indigenous grape variety (100%) which is the fruit of Château St Thomas’s efforts to revolutionize the Lebanese wine sector by reviving its legendary grape in order to preserve Lebanon wine identity.

• Light-bodied, fresh and pleasant, with notes of citrus fruits (lime) and white peach.

• Ideal with mezze, salads, appetizers and cold cuts.


Produced from the Château St Thomas vineyards located at an altitude of more than 1,000 meters and over 25 years old, this wine is fermented and aged in oak barrels for 6-7 months.

• Characterized by a beautiful blend of aroma and character, the wine is medium to full bodied, with ripe fruit flavors, crisp acid in the mouth and a rich, lingering finish.

• Ideal with seafood, white meat and goat’s cheese.


A blend of Viognier (65%), Chardonnay (20%), Obeidi (10%) and Muscat d’Alexandrie (5%), this wine has a brilliant clarity and a magnificent golden color with green reflections.

• The nose reveals a bouquet of pineapple, litchi and jasmine aromas.

• Best served at 8-10°C.

• Enjoy with a variety of Mediterranean nibbles, from Lebanese mezze to Spanish tapas.


Native to Sardinia and Corsica and thus well suited to the Eastern Mediterranean climate, the Vermentino is a blend of Viognier (40%), Vermentino (30%) and Chardonnay (30%).

• Citrus, mineral and even marine add character.

• Pears, lime and pineapple are on the nose, along with a hint of jasmine.

• Tropical fruits, quince and lemon zest lead to a long, fresh finish with balanced acidity.

• Drink within 2-3 years from harvest.


A dry white 100% Pinot Gris, this wine is gold in color.

• The aromas of acacia honey and white flower are immediately recognizable on the nose, while, on the palate, hints of pear and apple can be found, leading to irresistible dried apricot and caramel.

• Best served at 6°C and can be stored for 5-10 years.

• Excellent as an aperitif or with seafood, fish, foie gras, blue cheese or after a meal with a chocolate dessert.


Made from Viognier and Vermentino, this full-bodied wine is zesty and fresh on the palate, with a unique texture that includes a slight oiliness.

Lightly oaked with hints of pears, peaches, toasted bread, green apple, citrus and white prunes, the wine has a touch of sweetness at the end, reminding us of its quality and individuality.


A blend of Riesling (34%), Chardonnay (33%) and Gewurz (33%), this clear, bright clean wine is pale gold in color.

• The nose is open and fresh with notes of pineapple and citrus fruits, such as tangerine and grapefruit.

• The palate is soft, light and fresh, fusing grapefruit with a blend of rosewood.

• Best served at 5°C and can be stored for 5-7 years.

• Excellent with fish, seafood, sauerkraut and mezze, it can also be enjoyed as an aperitif.


Elegant, full-bodied and well-structured, this dry white wine is a blend of Viognier (50%), Sauvignon-Blanc (35%), Chardonnay (10%) and Muscat (5%).

• The mouth recalls pineapple and passion fruit, while a nice acidity balances well with the fruity taste, leading to a lengthy finish.

• A pure and pronounced nose evokes a bouquet of juicy lemons, ripe pineapple and exotic fruits, dominated by passion fruit.

• Best served at 8-12°C.


A classic Burgundian style Chardonnay, grown at altitude and fermented and aged, sur lie, in new oak for nine months.

Full-bodied, complex, fresh and creamy with citrus, stone fruit and savory notes, the wine is the highest example of Chateau Ksara’s white-winemaking expertise.


This wine is the first from the south of Lebanon and blends Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier and, in a rare move, Muscatel small grain.

• The nose is highly expressive, revealing a superb aromatic, flowery bouquet that lingers beautifully.

• The palate confirms the elegance and finesse of the floral aromas, which combine to produce a delectable sweetness.


Round and fruity, this dry white wine combines Chardonnay (60%) and Viognier (40%).

• The mouth recalls pineapple and peaches with fine notes of vanilla, while well-balanced acidity provides an impressively lengthy finish.

• Golden yellow in color, the wine is bright and clear, with a pure and intense nose of peaches and pineapple, alongside fine spices.

• Best served at 8-12°C.


This white is an elegantly aromatic, 100% Chardonnay wine full of crisp flavors that reflects the abundance of the Bekaa terroir.

• Aged in barrels for 8 months, its nose is developed and refined, along with an increased density and richness on the palate.

• Best served at 8-10°C.


An organic, estate-grown Riesling which gradually gains complexity in terms of minerality and spice with aging.

• The nose demonstrates a complex combination of white flowers and yellow fruits, such as pear and peach alongside herbaceous notes and white pepper.

• Intense exotic fruits are found in the mouth, while acidity contributes a freshness and length.


This blend of Chardonnay, Vermentino, Viognier and Obeidi is a brilliant, clear yellow in color, with golden highlights. Vinified in barrels, the wine subtly reveals fine notes of wood and brioche, combining harmoniously with fruity and floral aromas.

• Round, full-bodied and complex, it is smooth and fresh on the palate leading to a pleasing finish.

• Serve at a temperature of 6-9°C.

• Pair with fish, white meat and cheese made from goat or sheep’s milk.


This exciting blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Muscat and Chardonnay is as surprising as it is delicious.

• A pale-yellow robe, rich grapefruit, lichee aromas, resulting in a balanced wine with hints of citrus and exotic spice.

• Best served at 8-10°C. Pairs well with seafood, fish and fruit-based desserts, and can also be enjoyed on its own.


A blend of Chardonnay (40%), Sauvignon Blanc (30%), Albariño (20%) and Fiano (30%), this wine is deeply rooted in the West Bekaa’s soil.

• The unique aromas of fresh, fruity elements – elegant, intense notes of peach, citrus and exotic fruits – are balanced with a pleasant texture.

• Serve at 9 -11°C and consume 1-2 years+.

• Pairs well with seafood, white meat, green salads, pasta with white sauce and cheese.


A blend of Viognier (65%), Chardonnay (20%), Obeidi (10%) and Muscat d’Alexandrie (5%), this wine has a brilliant clarity and a magnificent golden color with green reflections.

• The nose reveals a bouquet of pineapple, litchi and jasmine aromas.

• Best served at 8-10°C.

• Enjoy with a variety of Mediterranean nibbles, from Lebanese mezze to Spanish tapas.


A blend of Viognier and Chardonnay, this wine is brilliant yellow in color with golden highlights.

• Round, fresh and full-bodied at first impression, the wine is strong and balanced on the palate.

• The aromas from the nose are marked by fruity and mineral notes, alongside others of toast, coconut and honey, in harmony with the wood.

• The finish is powerful and sustained.

• Serve slightly fresh at around 8-12°C.

• Pair with seafood and ripe cheese.


The first Lebanese sparkling wine, this 100% Chardonnay has aged for 18 months on lees.

• It should be served at a temperature of 8-10°C and consumed within 1-10 years+.

• Pairs well with oysters, smoked salmon, sushi, scallops, carpaccio, full- bodied cheese and fruit-based desserts.


Medium to deep gold in color, this wine is grown from a single variety of grape, picked only at full maturity, from rare, old Obeidy vines in a single vineyard site, located at Piedmont Kneiseh, on the east slopes, at a 1100-meter altitude, in Komol village.

• Characterized by aromas of honey wax, a floral bouquet, dried oranges and lemon, the wine has a medium-to-full body and is brimming with complexity.

• It is fermented by indigenous yeast, involving no filtration or additives.

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