Tasting Notes: This interesting blend of colombard and ugni blanc from south of Bordeaux is one of the best summer wines you will find. Fresh citrus flavors abound from this patio pounder. These grapes don't have to be used in Cognac to taste great anymore. Try it today!
Tasting Notes: This Rhone white is bright and smooth, displaying an approachable fruit character of peach and ripe apples but has some citrus to give structure and acid. The smooth texture element to this wine is what shows the terroir and value that can be achieved in the Rhone whites.
Tasting Notes: From the Bekka Valley, this blend of chardonnay, sauvignon and semillon is just round enough to attract big-white-wine drinkers, but fresh and clean enough to keep its refreshing nature. The short stint in oak (four months) rounds it out enough to have it hold up to many dishes. Chateau Ksara Blanc will give you an outlook on Lebanese wines you never expected!
Tasting Notes: Ripe and complex Rhone white that delivers a bold, flavored, and fruit-driven wine with structure that does not depend on oak. The texture of this green apple and floral white is smooth and luscious with richness and power to leave a lasting impression.