Cuvee du Temple 2013

Chateau Fakra

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.

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CF130

Data sheet

grape variety
Grenache Noir, Syrah, Cinsault Grenache Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon
Color
Red
Vintage
2013
Alcohol
13
Stylistics
velvet, soft, fruity, balanced, intensive, impulsive, cherry-full, well-integrated tannins
Aromas
cherry plum, prune, cherries, red fruits, plums
Country
Lebanon
Cultivation areas
Bekaa Valley, Mount Libanon, Kfardebian
Cultivation
clay soil, limestone, 1000-2816 meters above sea level
Content
0,75 liter
Food match
cheese, lamb, beef, stews
General note
contains sulfites

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.

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