Muse du Liban

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Muse du Liban

Established in 2015, Muse du Liban Winery draws its grapes from vineyards in Aynata. Internationally renowned French winemaker and consultant Michel Rolland created five Lebanese wines to delight the palate. The winery’s portfolio includes a Rebellious Rose; Wanton White; Rousing Red; Elegantly Royal; and Muse L”Oracle Syrah.

Le Rouge 2018
The nose has a mix of dark chocolate and ripe black fruits, with hints of tobacco, combined with spiciness reminiscent of licorice and vanilla bean. Excellent acidity and structured tannins.
Le Blanc 2020
Richer chardonnay that has a delicate nose of pear, ripe tropical fruits in the background. Balanced acid & a bet of mid palate richness are given breadth on the finish.
L'Oracle 2018
The first nose is a bit “Sauvage” reminiscent of leather and humus aromas. The Bouquet develops towards tobacco leaves and dark chocolate with undertones of dark fruits. The attack is acidic, full in the middle with a finish on elegant tannins.
Château Ainata - Blanc des Cèdres 2020
Dense and textured with light green shades and medium acidity. Primary herbal aromas, noticeable with every sip, are followed by soothing notes of vanilla that sit nicely on the palate.
Château Ainata - Rouge des Cèdres 2019
Pale and light-bodied. A fresh, dry wine with high acidity and notes of red berries, such as strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant.

Fun Facts

  • Did you know that our vineyard in Ainata Al Arz rests at an altitude of 1,800m to 2,400m? It is the highest vineyard in the country, and the highest in the Eastern Mediterranean. 
  • Defined to be exclusive and elegant, Muse was conceived by none other than France’s Michel Rolland, one of the world’s most revered winemakers and award-winning consultants, with a palate renowned for its penchant for inimitable, 100-point wines. (March 16, 2017)
  • Our Muse is a work of true vinicultural art carefully crafted with exquisite handpicked grapes from the vineyards nestled at an altitude of 1800m in the picturesque lands of Lebanon’s fertile North. 
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