Chateau-Ksara

Château Ksara Reserve du Couvent 2014 featured in Square Meal Magazine by Mark De Wesselow – Co-Founder and MD of Square Meal Magazine.

Influencers were invited to Château Ksara harvest. 

Château Ksara Summer Stories Campaign featured in ARABAD September 2017 Issue.

The harvest marks the end of the growing cycle which is made up of winter dormancy, the bud break, flowering, the fruit set, veraison, picking and lastly the leaf fall.

The overwhelming majority of rosé wines are made by using some of the color from the black grape skins, a process called short term maceration.

The minimal skin contact in the initial winemaking process means that rosé wines should ideally drunk when they are young and fresh and showing the pleasing color – anything from pale blush to intense, light red – desired by the winemaker.

Founded in 1857 by Jesuit Priests who produced the country's first dry red wine, Château Ksara is Lebanon's oldest, largest and most visited winery, attracting some 40,000 visitors per year.
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