Weingut Chateau Marsyas aus dem Libanon

lebanese Vineyards of Chateau Marsyas
Karim & Sandro Saadé are proud of their Levantine roots. Their philosophy is based on the selection and care of the soil in order to produce high quality wines - They say that 90% of their wine is produced in the vineyard and 10% in the cellar. This way they value the Lebanese wine in they way it deserves. They also refuse to label wines with an ethnical label just to maximise sales, as some others do.
Sandro & Karim Saade
Karim and Sandro work hard to improve both the quality of the soil and organic farming. They rely on a high plant density with ther 6,250 vines per hectare. The yield of each stock is less than 1 kg, which is very low.
The fields of Château Marsyas are planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot as well as Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. They are also searching for more noble native grape variety.
lebanese Vineyards of Chateau Marsyas
Barriques of Chateau Martsya
Karim and Sandro Saadé do not only make wines with the family business Château Marsyas from vineyards in Bekaa valley, near to Chateau Kefraya, but also founded an excellent syrian winery, Domaine de Bargylus, located 300 km north of Latakia. (read more about Domaine Bargylus).

B-QA Rouge 2013 of Chateau Marsyas from the Lebanon
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B-QA Rouge 2013


0,63L (32,67 € pro Liter)

A deep red colour with a purple hue. A scent of dark fruits with hints of ceders on the nose. Round and full-bodied on the palate with a fine taste of marmlade dominaded by a Blackberry aroma and finished by inensivly, frutiy and with soft and subte tannins.