Sourced from a single vineyard planted more than 50 years ago at 1,000 metres above sea level near the village of Aana in the Bekaa Valley, Hochar red is a great wine in its own right. Often over-shadowed by the more illustrious Musar reds, Hochar has a more forward style to it. Rich dark berry[…..]
A unique white wine produced from the indigenous grapes Merwah and Obaideh, thought to be the ancestors of Chardonnay and Semillon. The wine is aged in oak for 9 months before being transferred to bottle where it ages for 7 years until release. Reminiscent of mature white Burgundy but with a honeyed, intensely zesty characteristic,[…..]
Impressive aromas of blueberries, ripe blackberries, cherries with some chocolaty spicy notes.
“Chateau Musar Red 2004 has all the musky, spicy, leathery depth this wine is famous for but it also has a kind of airy lightness too which makes it a beguiling drink”. Simon Hoggart – The Spectator Magazine March 2011.
Intense flavours of red cherries, dark chocolate, olives and figs. Complex, with an amazing length of finish.