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Château Ksara Red Blend Cuvée 3eme Millenaire 2005

Member Review by Purplebarrel:

color is deep cherry, the nose is typical oak with hints of bell pepper, the texture is disapointing and the dry tannins are typical of the Ksara touch.

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Chateau Ksara:
In the ancient vine production tradition, Lebanon owns its existence to Christian’s communities that kept some vineyards in this area. Chateau Ksara acquired by the Jesuits Fathers in 1857, perpetuated the tradition of winemaking. Applying what they knew, they produced Lebanon’s first dry red wine and in doing so, laid the foundations of Lebanon’s modern wine industry. New varietals were cultiv... Read more
In the ancient vine production tradition, Lebanon owns its existence to Christian’s communities that kept some vineyards in this area. Chateau Ksara acquired by the Jesuits Fathers in 1857, perpetuated the tradition of winemaking. Applying what they knew, they produced Lebanon’s first dry red wine and in doing so, laid the foundations of Lebanon’s modern wine industry. New varietals were cultivated all over Ksara’s vineyards. Nowadays, Chateau Ksara has 90% of its vineyards production as noble grapes. Read less

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Snooth User: Purplebarrel
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01/05/2010

color is deep cherry, the nose is typical oak with hints of bell pepper, the texture is disapointing and the dry tannins are typical of the Ksara touch.




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