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Chateau Ksara, the country's oldest winery, founded in 1857 by Jesuit Fathers. In August 1973, sold to a consortium of Lebanese businessmen Chateau Ksara's motto is "Modernity in Tradition". It is an idea that captures perfectly our position as...more
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Good experience, depend on you like the dry wine or not. Caves are interesting, with full of barrels. A short tour with one of the girls worked there and some history of this place is included on a visit. Also tasting of three types of...More
Cave tour- great. It's the only reason it's worth going ( for me). commercialised and a lot of tourist, large bus traffic. The person who facilitated the wine tasting learned her lines but wasn't particularly informed about the soil, undertones etc. For me, preferred Ixsir...More
Had to try the Lebanese wines when in Lebanon. Visited Chateau Ksara and has the 10 dollar per person wine tasting. Their Cabernet is good and liked their Syrah as well. Samar, the lady who took us through the wines was really sweet and helpful....More
After a crazy car drive from Beirut with the who dares wins drivers all around we arrived hoping for a few good wines.
Basically the tour is pretty basic interesting cave storage but that is as far as it goes.
We paid for the top...More
One of the best wineries in Lebanon... It was built and directed by the jésuites priests... Then Lebanese people bought it... They have a variety of good wines... Very old ones to new ones... Red, white and rosé wine are available... A peaceful place where...More
This is the dullest vineyard visit I've been on to date. All you see is a quick walk around the cellars/caves with barrels in, and a short wine tasting. No vines to visit and no wine making tour or talk. A passable way to spend...More