Light, fresh and fruity, these are wines for all seasons and all occasions.
Chateau Kefraya Les Breteches 2012
Chateau Kefraya Les Breteches is a Cinsault-driven blend similar to a Cotes du Rhone that shows clear crimson red in the glass and presents fresh jammy aromas of red fruit. Velvety smooth in the mouth, it has flavors of plums and cherries that are supported by silky tannins and good acidity into a round finish.
Combining power and elegance with silky tannins, the Château Kefraya is characterized by subtle notes of cherry, spices, leather and vanilla.
Lamb, stewed but better if roasted. Pairs perfect with Middle Eastern and mediterranean food.
“International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2014: Bronze International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2013: Silver International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2012: Silver
International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2011: Bronze
International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2009: Silver International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2013: Silver; International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2013: Silver”
A wine is never just a drink, and you can’t disconnect what you sip from its place of origin and its personal history – and the story in this instance was very special. More than 4000 years ago, vines were already growing in the land of Canaan, what is today Lebanon. Our Phoenicians ancestors were among the first to ferment grape juice from the vines growing in the Bekaa valley. In line with a sustainable development policy and an integrated approach to viticulture, the vineyards are not irrigated. Vines are grown naturally with minimal intervention, encouraging biodiversity in a healthy environment. The domain is surrounded by pyracanthas while many other species flourish in a sumptuous setting of pine, cypress, oak, cedar and olive trees.