Musar has assumed legendary status. Complex, long-lived and endlessly varied, in some vintages it seems more like a Burgundy, in others a Bordeaux, in still others a Hermitage. But it is always brilliantly, uniquely, Lebanese.
Musar has survived both war and the commercial wilderness to assume its rightful place as one of the few truly iconic wines - a legend of the eastern Mediterranean. Why? Because it is uncompromising, unique and ...Learn more
“Lovely, intense red fruit of roasted cherries, soft spice, plums, olives & fig. Gorgeous with moderate acidity and tannins. Silky texture and superb length on the finish. This is pure elegance.”
“Roberson does a nice line in back vintages from this renowned Lebanese producer, including the '88 for a mere £115 a bottle. This vintage, the 2001, is in a happy place now at 12 years old, we find. Although there's creamy smooth oak and north African spices abound, there's a succulent juiciness to the red fruit and smoothness to the texture that demonstrates why this estate has a loyal following. A blend of Cinsault, Carignan and Cabernet Sauvignon.”