12 Apr Mont d’Almaz
Virtual Tasting Room:
Almost as good as being there!
After living abroad for quite a while, the Saade’s returned to their native village nested in the northern mountains of Mount Lebanon. As wine lovers, they found that their family land had the best quality of soil, a perfect climate with dry summers and snowy winters. Essential requirements to produce a natural wine reflecting the mountain’s terroir.
The surrounding cedars, pine trees, roses, figs and red fruits enhance the unctuous aromas, profound color and taste of Mont D’Almaz.
Family owned and run, our micro winery reflects our family tradition in Lebanon and at the diaspora.
Mont d’Almaz Moutain Wines are produced in the pristine village of Beit Menzer located in Bcharreh region, North Lebanon at an altitude of 1260 meters. The historic cave “Sheer Al dalmaz” faces the Saade Vineyards in Qadisha Valley, a Unesco World Heritage.
- Did you know that all our grapes come from one terroir?
- Did you know that our terroir contains the largest pine forest in north Lebanon? And the reason our logo is a stylized pine tree.
- Did you know that we are the first winery to produce MALBEC monocepage wines? MALBEC planted and harvested in our terraced terroir.
- Did you know that Mont D’Almaz cave was used by Dalmatian monk from Croatia back in the crusaders time?