Chateau Ksara - Chardonnay 2012 - Lebanon 12x 75cl Bottles


Chateau Ksara - Chardonnay 2012
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75cl Bottles
Available 12th Feb 2015

Made with grapes grown at Ksara's highest vineyard (1,400 meters) and harvested at a low yield, this is Lebanon's first Chardonnay.

Aged in new oak barrels, the wine has floral and butter notes that combine to make a balanced, consistent and classic Chardonnay.

Perfect with fish in sauce.

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Chateau Ksara   -
ABV:   12.5%
Brand:   Chateau Ksara
Country of Origin:   Lebanon
Food Match:   White Fish
Grape Type:   Chardonnay
Region:   Bekaa Valley
Vintage:   2012


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12x 75cl Bottles 12th Feb 2015 £ 166.40 £ 13.87 Add to BasketAdd to WishList

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Producer Information

Over the past decade, Ksara has seen the introduction of new grape varieties that have grown into vines the Bekaa valley has blissfully nurtured. Ksara has also seen developments in technique such as vines cultivation on wires and the attentive application of advanced science by French oenologists, who watch over the vinification, fermentation and decanting processes.

All of Ksara’s vineyards are located in the central and western Bekaa Valley. At an average altitude of 1,000 meters, the Bekaa enjoys dry summers and has the added bonus of its own natural water table, courtesy of the melting snow that runs off the slopes of the Lebanon and Anti-Lebanon mountain ranges.

The soil ranges from chalk, to clay and chalk, to clay and lime, but it is always stony. The Bekaa enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with heavy rains and snow in the winter, a mild spring and a dry – in some cases very dry – hot summer. The slope on either side of the valley and the valley itself create a unique micro-climate in which the cool nights compensate for the hot summer days.

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