Home Magazine Food & Drink Lebanese wine is gaining popularity worldwide. Recently, the luxury and lifestyle travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler ranked Château Musar Jeune Rosé among the world’s 15 best rosé wines. The Wine Advocate (TWA), a wine journal that reviews almost 12,000 wines per year, just gave a score of 93 to Château Kefraya’s Comte de M. View this post on Instagram Lanseras idag – Comte de M från den libanesiska vinproducenten Château Kefraya 🍇 ———— Vinet har fått hela 93 poäng från självaste Robert Parker Wine Advocate 💫 ———— Avnjut nu eller lagra! 🍷 349kr, nr 92110 Länk i bio☝🏽#chateaukefraya #comtedem A post shared by Senses Wineclub (@senseswineclub) on May 18, 2018 at 6:16am PDT TWA was founded by Robert Parker, a leading U.S. wine critic, and reviews wines according to Parker’s rating scale. A score of 93 means that the wine is outstanding! Comte de M is dedicated to the Lebanese people’s ancestors, the Phoenicians, who were among the first people to create wine. In fact, Phoenicia is the first civilization to export wine.