Akram Kassatly returned to Lebanon in 1973 and pulled together sufficient funds to build his own winery in the Bekaa Valley. Tragically after the first wines were made, Lebanon was engulfed by war. The Militia took everything they could and opened tanks releasing thousands of litres of wine. Not forgetting his dream, he slowly started buying back land in the Bekaa Valley and in 2005 he announced to his family he would be building another winery. Today Chateau Ka is the best equipped winery in Lebanon and is the only wine in Lebanon to be produced entirely from their own vineyards, ensuring complete control over the quality of the fruit. This unusual blend of grape varieties creates this exceptionally satisfying wine. Floral and citrusy with great depth of character. Its pale yellow with golden tinges, and has fruity aromas of grapefruit and lychee.
|Country of origin||Lebanon|
|Suitable for vegetarians||Yes|
|Suitable for vegans||No|
|Grape||Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Muscat|