Château Ksara Takes its Legacy to Yet Another Set of Festivities
From the Bekaa Valley to Beirut, Château Ksara embarks on yet another journey around Lebanon to participate in some of the country’s most popular events. Between Vinifest, Lebanon’s esteemed wine event known for attracting thousands of wine enthusiasts, and the Beirut Restaurants Festival, a unique culinary experience for the foodies at heart, Ksara brought forth its famous wines for visitors of both events to indulge in and enjoy, along with the launch of their all new premium rosé: Nuance
Held at Beirut’s iconic Hippodrome and in its yearly tradition, Vinifest 2018 brought together wine lovers from all around Lebanon to discover a mix of new and familiar tastes as glasses clinked against one another in joyful celebrations. It has become custom for Vinifest goers to meet Château Ksara in an ambiance that holds its historic wine culture through a light that embraces both, wine connoisseurs and amateurs equally. In addition to offering tasting sessions of the Château’s expansive wine catalogue, including rarities and usual favorites, the venerated wine maker took the opportunity of its presence at Vinifest to launch its new premium rosé, Nuance, as well as a new Merwah white wine varietal, a perfect example of the producer’s record of wine innovation.
Moreover, the third edition of the Beirut Restaurants Festival, a melting pot of casual dining, pastry, fast food, cafes and food trucks, saw Château Ksara as the only wine producer to be present at the culinary event. Alongside mouthwatering menus and musical acts that kept the vibrant mood going, attendees took the time to interact with Ksara’s booth and learn more about the exclusive wine selection that was carefully chosen to take part of the festival. From essential crowd picks like the Sunset rosé to more sophisticated selections, people got the chance to enjoy extensive wine tasting sessions all throughout the nights in the company of experts from the domaine.
Dikran Ghazal, General Manager of Château Ksara, said: “Constant presence at events of the sort is nothing short of an indicator of Ksara’s strong efforts to stay in touch with their consumers. Stronger than time, it is no surprise that the Château’s historic legacy, established 161 years ago as Lebanon’s oldest winery, is met with an innovative and modern spirit that caters to today’s wine lover in the most vibrant of environments.”