List of products by brand Chateau Fakra

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Arak Fakra

€31.50

(42,00 € pro Liter)

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A special Arak, distilled according to Lebanese tradition with a selection of grapes and high quality aniseed. It is then matured in baked clay vessels from Beit-Chabab to maturity, giving it an incomparable taste.

Blanc de Blancs 2016

€11.50

(15,33 € pro Liter)

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A gold-yellow colour with green reflections. This dry and exotic wine is well-balanced and develops an autstanding and finesse honey aroma with hints of acacia and cedar.

Chateau Collection Privee 2009

€41.00

(54,67 € pro Liter)

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Ruby red color. This wine develops an intense spicy bouquet of fruits and vanilla with hints of tobacco and conifer on the nose. Juicy and fresh on the palate with a well-balanced tanin and a subtle finish.

Cuvee du Temple 2013

€11.50

(15,33 € pro Liter)

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An intense and full-bodied red wine. Round, rich in tanin with well-balanced aromas of pepper and ripe red fruits such as cherries, prunes and cherry plums.

La Fleur 2016

€11.90

(15,87 € pro Liter)

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A pink salmon colour. Very aromatic with intense aromas of exotic fruits in the nose. Fresh, fruity and lovely with a subtly acidity on the palate.

Pinacle 2011

€13.50

(18,00 € pro Liter)

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This elegant wine has a garnet red colour and a smokey bouquet of dark berries and vanilla in the nose. Aromatic, full-bodied with intense aromas of red ripe fruits on the palate.

Vin Doux Naturel 2009

€19.00

(25,33 € pro Liter)

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This elegant sweetwine has a garnet red colour and a fruity bouquet of dark berries with hints of vanilla in the nose. Aromatic, round with intense aromas of red ripe red fruits on the palate. The vinification are based on ancestral techniques infleunced by the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Crusaders and the Knights of the Hospitable Orders