Chateau Musar Jeune White 2009

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For half a century, Serge Hochar has been making wines at Chateau Musar, that have become global icons for their ultr...

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For half a century, Serge Hochar has been making wines at Chateau Musar, that have become global icons for their ultra distinctive style. Musar Jeune is the new generation of Musar. Inspired by Serges’ famously vibrant and youthful approach to life, the Jeune (‘young’ in French) wines are made for drinking today. Young, fresh, vigorous, unfettered by oak these are wines bursting with classic Musar character. The Jeune wines consist of a white, rose, and red. All the wines are made from the grapes of young Bekaa Valley vineyards, about 1,000 metres above sea level, in accordance with the Hochar family’s philosophy of ‘natural’ winemaking. A green yellowish colour, nose of pears and pineapple. This follows through on the palate, with notes of pears, white prunes, and some apricots. It finishes with an almond flavour and a fresh aftertaste.

For half a century, Serge Hochar has been making wines at Chateau Musar, that have become global icons for their ultra distinctive style. Musar Jeune is the new generation of Musar. Inspired by Serges’ famously vibrant and youthful approach to life, the Jeune (‘young’ in French) wines are made for drinking today. Young, fresh, vigorous, unfettered by oak these are wines bursting with classic Musar character. The Jeune wines consist of a white, rose, and red. All the wines are made from the grapes of young Bekaa Valley vineyards, about 1,000 metres above sea level, in accordance with the Hochar family’s philosophy of ‘natural’ winemaking. A green yellowish colour, nose of pears and pineapple. This follows through on the palate, with notes of pears, white prunes, and some apricots. It finishes with an almond flavour and a fresh aftertaste.

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