Domaine des Tourelles Cinsault Vieilles Vignes 2014

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Domaine des Tourelles Cinsault Vieilles Vignes 2014

An old vines bottling made entirely from the Cinsault grape variety. The fruit is pure, intense with dark berried aromas and a tannic structure that makes it an ideal pairing with meat dishes - think grilled lamb chops. Domaine des Tourelles began making wine in the late 1800s. The estate was started by a Frenchman, François-Eugène Brun. Today, this property is one of the finest boutique estates around in the Bekaa Valley. When Frenchman François-Eugene Brun laid the foundation stone of Domaine des Tourelles in Chtaura back in 1868, he couldn’t have known that he had just begun to write the story of a marvelous Lebanese wine. Honoring this great heritage of artisan know-how and quality, Domaine des Tourelles produces today the best of wine, arak (its famous label “Arak Brun”) and liqueur. The prestigious Property is classified among the finest boutique wineries of the Middle-East, described in the Financial Times as “the most seductive winery” in Lebanon.
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