Lebanese Winery Was Just Ranked Among The Best In The World

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Chateau Kefraya in the Bekaa Valley was ranked among the Top 50 World’s Best Vineyards.

Known for its rich winemaking heritage, Chateau Kefraya has been ranked number 41 in the world after years of consistently showcasing exceptional quality wine and captivating wine enthusiasts and experts alike.

The winery boasts an impressive history dating back to 1946 when founder Michel de Bustros planted the first vineyards on the estate. Over the years, the estate has expanded to cover 300 hectares, making it one of Lebanon’s largest and most renowned wineries.

Chateau Kefraya has managed to preserve Lebanon’s time-honored winemaking tradition and rich viticultural legacy despite numerous challenges, including the Lebanese Civil War.

Situated at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level, the vineyards benefit from the Bekaa Valley’s optimal climate and fertile soil.

The winery produces an exquisite collection of premium wines, including various red, white, rosé, sweet white wines, and traditional Lebanese arak. Their extensive portfolio features renowned grape varietals, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Mourvèdre, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc.

The tradition of the Phoenicians, evident in the historical remnants found on the estate, is also reflected in the winery’s use of clay amphorae in the modern winemaking process.

The vineyard combines traditional grape varieties and environmentally friendly methods, while the winery seamlessly blends ancient and contemporary techniques.

With a rich history, commitment to quality, and a diverse range of exceptional wines, Chateau Kefraya continues to captivate wine enthusiasts and put the Bekaa Valley on the global wine map.

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