Lebanon was the first nation ever to produce wine. However it is not until recently the wines have become commonplace, with the number of wineries significantly growing over the past 30 years.

Château Ksara is Lebanon’s largest and oldest vineyard, its growth of popularity increases year after year. The vineyard was founded in 1857 with Cinsault vines from Algeria planted on the estate near Zahlé in the central Bekaa Valley.

The famous Bekaa Valley has an average altitude of 1,000 metres above sea level allowing the valley’s climate to be suitable for viticulture. Heavy winter rains and long dry summers help the grapes grow and ripen perfectly.

New to the range of wines from Château Ksara is the first 100% Merwah wine to ever be released. Made from 60 year old vines, this unique wine has a very limited production.

Château Ksara

(Header Image: St. Saba Church, Bcharre, Lebanon)
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