Château Musar is Lebanon's most famous producer. The winery does not make rosé every vintage, because the winemaker (the late Serge Hochar) sought very specific characteristics from the grapes he uses to create a fine, delicate and elegant rosé. The 2014 is composed of the indigenous Lebanese grapes Obaideh (55-65%) and Merwah (30-40%), thought to be ancestors of Chardonnay and Semillon, and a small amout of Cinsault. From the winery: "The 2014 vintage has aromas of strawberries, apples and grapefruit with a hint of soft floral notes. The palate is well balanced with good acidity and a delicate juiciness from water-melon, nectarine and white peaches.
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