Massaya Rose 2012
Looking to try a Rose from someplace different? Maybe a little exotic? Here is a Rose from Lebanon that is a French-Lebanese collaboration: On the Lebanese side is Sami Ghosn, who was the owner of the Tanaïl Estate vineyards, 3000 ft. up the Bekaa valley. Dominique Hebrard of Châteaux Bellefont-Belcier (St Emilion), and the Bruniers of Vieux Télégraphe in Châteauneuf du Pape. [40% Cinsault, 30% Syrah; 30% Cabernet]. This 2012 Rose has a deep colored with a soft, herby character and hint of sweetness from the ripe fruit. This has certainly become one of our customers' favorite "exotic" Rose. *Screw Cap*
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.