Chateau Ksara
Chateau Ksara Merwah

Merwah is an ancient white grapethat has been used in winemaking and arak production for centuries. It is also the grape with which the
Jesuits, who founded Château Ksara in the mid-18th century, would have
been familiar when they pioneered viniculture in the Bekaa Valley. A
hardy, long-ripening grape thatdelivers body, flavor, texture with freshness. Château Ksara’s Merwah is made from 60-year-old vines, grown on pre-Phyloxerra rootstock
in the North Lebanese, sea-facing village of Douma at 1,600 meters on sand and clay soil on bedrock.

Variety of Vines: Merwah

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£18.00 inc. p&p