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Château Oumsiyat, ‘Cuvée Membliarus’, Bekaa Valley, Assyrtico

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Cuvée Membliarus is named after the Phoenician governor of Santorini. The vines are planted on the slopes of the Bekaa Valley at an altitude of 1,000 metres above sea level.  Subtle aromas of white fruits and flinty mineral notes are framed by a delicate floral character. Linear on the palate with a wonderfully refreshing and mouthwatering finish


Massaya Le Colombier

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A fresh, thirst-quenching wine for everyday drinking, distinguished by hints of spice and pepper.


Massaya Blanc

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The grapes are grown on the foothills of Mount Lebanon, over 1200m above sea level, producing a well balanced wine with white flower scents.  It combines depth, roundness, crispiness and an oriental twinkle thanks to the local Obeïdi grape.

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