3 wines to try, buy and put by

26th June, 2016

Like nearly all Lebanese wines, Château Kefraya has been influenced by war and – unsurprisingly, given its history – French wine sensibilities. The winery here shares a good deal of history with its older, more famous near-neighbour in vineyard terms, Château Musar.

It was born in the 1950s and, in 1979, the owner released the first wine he was happy with. Château Kefraya was born. This is the earlier drinking red,...

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