The vineyard of 35 hectares is located in the villages of Kefraya and Tal Dnoub at the foot step of the Mount Barouk at an altitude of 990 metres in the West part of the Bekaa valley, 60 kilometres of Beirut.
B-Qā de Marsyas, Liban, 2013
Young vines are used to make a lighter style, with intense aromas of sweet black fruits, fresh acidity and long finish.
Deep red. Sweet Cabernet dominated nose with bell pepper and currant, notes of spicy plum and hints of angelica. Soft and giving on the palate, fine tannins. A powerful wine with plenty of potential. Has been selected by the Head Sommelier of Maze Gordon Ramsay.