Bright red fruits jump out of the glass along with a hint of oak. The palate is rich, smooth and supple with bright cherry and redcurrant fruit, fine tannins hint to it's longevity and the finish is minutes long.
This new wine from Lebanon's oldest winery is a delicious addition to the Ksara range. Carignan, a grape grown in southern France and Spain, succeeds in Lebanon's Mediterranean climate. This is herby, peppery and fresh with lovely red fruit.
One the best vintages from the 2000s, Chateau Musar 2002 has ripe fruit flavours, velvety tannins and a lengthy finish, making it an intense and spicy red wine well worth savouring. We would recommend decanting it for a few hours so the aromas and flavours can really come alive.
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