Purchased by the Comte Lafond, ancestor of the current owner, Baron Patrick de Ladoucette, Château du Nozet and its surrounding vineyards have a reputation for producing the finest Pouilly-Fumé
Deep ruby colour, a full bodied wine with spicy mocha, chocolate and tea leaf flavours, with well-defined, chewy blackcurrant fruit and a balanced tannic structure leading to a long and dry finish.
Château Musar is Lebanon's best known winery for good reason. This is rich, vibrant and brimming with delicious spices. You'll have a tough time finding anything that comes close elsewhere.
The wines of the Premier Cru Fourchaume vineyard are noted for their rounded citrus flavours and fresh streak or minerality.
The wines come from selected parcels of old vines, and are made with a minimalist approach, including fermentation by natural yeasts, for a classically elegant, sweet and savoury structure.
Marqués de Riscal Gran Reserva is crafted in the traditional Rioja Álavesa style that pays loving homage to the vision winery's founders, Guillermo and Camilo Hurtado de Amézaga.