Château Musar, Hochar

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£29.99
  • Red Wine
  • 14%
  • 75cl
  • Suitable for Vegans

Legendary Lebanese red with baked fruit flavours and hints of tarry richness. An ideal match for 'mezze'. Read more

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Country
Lebanon
Region
Bekaa Valley
Grape
Cinsault, Carignan, Cabernet Sauvignon
Vintage
2015
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tarry richness

The plucky, bullet-dodging Hochar family have been making ageworthy wines from vineyards high up in the Bekaa Valley (which enjoys perfect growing conditions: no frost or disease, cool winters and not-quite-scorching summers) since 1930. Every vintage they truck freshly-harvested Cabernet, Cinsault, Carignan, Grenache and Mourvèdre to their 18th century cellar in Ghazir, north of Beirut, to make this dense, fragrant, oaky style. Enjoy the spicy baked fruit flavours with 'mezze'.
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Description

Legendary Lebanese red with baked fruit flavours and hints of tarry richness. An ideal match for 'mezze'.

ALLERGEN AND DIETARY

This product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Contains: Sulphites

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Reviewed by Stuart R., from United Kingdom
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Middle Eastern Promise Fulfilled

I have been drinking this for 20 years. My partner bought a case of 1983. I have tried several years and they are never quite the same - reassuringly. The wines are always complex. They are bold and the perfect accompaniment to a meze - a glass of this and some mutabal and I'm a happy chap. It is a wine to share: each person's palate discovering the many notes that take you to the Middle East. I also love the less bold Pete et Fils from Gaston Hochar. Less expensive and not so complex but a fine wine, nonetheless.

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