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Massaya Blanc 2015

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Massaya is a partnership between two pairs of brothers: Ramzi and Sami Ghosn from Lebanon and Daniel and Frédéric Brunier from France, and Dominique Hébrard (previously of Château Cheval Blanc). Having survived the war between Israel and Hezbollah in 2006, Massaya celebrated their 10th anniversary amidst more fighting in 2008. Massaya Blanc has complex white flower aromas, which lead onto a fresh and elegant palate. With good minerality, it has an almost velvety texture that finishes with a hint of star anise. Perfect as an aperitif, it is also an ideal match for fish, shellfish or blue cheese. It would also pair well with the French dish, Choucroute Garnie - made from sauerkraut and sausages.

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Massaya:
This unique Lebanese French partnership in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon triggered in 1998 the renaissance of the Lebanese wines. The motto of this winery is the Craft of centuries for the Wine of today.

Massaya is a partnership between two pairs of brothers: Ramzi and Sami Ghosn from Lebanon and Daniel and Frédéric Brunier from France, and Dominique Hébrard (previously of Château Cheval Blanc). Having survived the war between Israel and Hezbollah in 2006, Massaya celebrated their 10th anniversary amidst more fighting in 2008. Massaya Blanc has complex white flower aromas, which lead onto a fresh and elegant palate. With good minerality, it has an almost velvety texture that finishes with a hint of star anise. Perfect as an aperitif, it is also an ideal match for fish, shellfish or blue cheese. It would also pair well with the French dish, Choucroute Garnie - made from sauerkraut and sausages.

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