Disembark at Syrah and try this delicious Lebanese blend of Carignan, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Delicious and soulful.
Disembark the WineTubeMap here for a sub-station of the iconic Lebanese blend, Chateau Musar. Called Chateau Musar Jeune (meaning young) we nickname this baby Musar, it has all the character of its famous elder brother but is just a bit softer and more approachable.
Lots of wine labels tell you their story on the back label, and it doesn’t always feel genuine. Chateau Musar on the other hand, is a wine with serious credentials and heritage. Made against the odds for the last 85 years, by a family with vision, Musar is a red wine that really brings it to the table.
It is made with a blend of Cinsault, Syrah and Cabernet grapes, and inspired by Bordeaux so it is firmly on the red central line, even if it doesn’t fit neatly into one station. It’s a short walk from the Syrah station.
Even though this is the baby brother wine, it is still intense and powerful, with a blackberry and cherry flavour and a bit of spice.
This wine was part of the WineLab and selected in collaboration with Vino Wines.
Travellers will have tried this wine on the popcorn station.