New Ratings for Château Kefraya!!
The Château Kefraya Red 2013 received the great score of 91 Points from The Wine Advocate by Robert Parker, “The 2013 Chateau Kefraya, the estate red, is mostly a 60/30 blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, with bits and pieces of other grapes, aged for 23 months in one-third new French oak. It comes in at 14.5% alcohol. A silky and ready to drink wine with mid-palate finesse and elegance. Pointed, focused, and overall quite lovely. The Syrah shows through a bit, as does some of the wood. Neither unbalances the wine.”
The Blanc de Blancs 2017 received a score of 88 Points from Wine & Spirits, “A blend of Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat Blanc, and Clairette, this is as perfumed and herbal as a garden of lavender and thyme in full bloom. Lemony acidity keeps it balanced, ready for an asparagus omelet.”
– Two gems from our favorite winery located in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon –