The nose combines fruit and vanilla-type aromas, showing subtle use of barrel ageing to frame the cassis style of fruit.
Saade Estate Mont D’Almaz Red 2011
Saade Estate Mont D’Almaz Red 2011 Chateau Saade’s wines are produced at an altitude of 1260 mts. Its unctuous aroma and profound taste the surrounding roses, cedars, pines and fruit trees.
This impression of juiciness is confirmed on the palate, accompanied all long by reminders of vanilla. The flavors are fresh and lingering.
Pairs well with aged Gouda and Cheddar, aged Manchego or Pecorino and other similar cow, goat or sheep milk cheeses.
Red meats, lamb, pork dishes, sausages, pizza, BBQ, highly seasoned food. Game, venison, rabbit, braised or stewed. Turkey. Other fowl, quail, squab, capons, Cornish Hens.
Chateau Saade was awarded ” the coup de coeur ” in 2008 by Zawak the well known Lebanese wine guide.
Mont d’Almaz faces the Saade Vineyards near Kadisha Valley, a Unesco World Heritage. According to historical evidence, Lebanon was one of the earliest wine producers.
After living abroad for quite a while, the Saade’s returned to their native village.
As wine lovers, they found that their family land had the best quality of soil, a perfect climate with dry summers and snowy winters. Essential requirements to produce a natural wine reflecting the mountain’s terroir.
Chateau Saade’s wines are produced at an altitude of 1260 mts. Its unctuous aroma and profound taste the surrounding roses, cedars, pines and fruit trees.