Chateau Musar 1996 Lebanon Bekaa Valley Red Wine 75cl is a wine of finesse and elegance, completely expressed by the classic nature of the vintage. This is due to the wine being reduced; Chateau Musar wine makers made the conscious decision to reduce the 1996 vintage as the crop in this year was quite large, although at times not powerful and concentrated. The three grapes used to make this vintage, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault and Carignan are beautifully harmonised with elegant long length. The result: a classic, subtle and refined red wine from Chateau Musar.
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- John Wilson
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