Luxury in a bottle - black-fruited Cabernet meets spicy Syrah, juicy Tempranillo, and dark Caladoc, all grown in vineyards 1,800m above sea level. You can see where this red gets its name. Rich, silky and elegant, from a top Bordeaux winemaker too.
An elite red with all the pedigree of the world’s finest wines. Think the great reds of Bordeaux, but richer and denser – swirling with dark fruits and seductive spices. Flavours that linger well after you’ve put down the glass. So where’s this stunning red from? France? Italy? Spain? No, it’s Lebanon! Named “the wine world’s best-kept secret” by Master of Wine Tim Atkin, this country has been making fine wines for thousands of years. Not to mention, Ixsir winery is one of Lebanon’s best. No surprise really, considering the legend who works for them. Hubert de Boüard is the winemaker behind Saint-Émilion’s £250-a-bottle Château Angélus. At a much kinder price this sophisticated, spicy red is a special treat that's hard to put down.
"Distinctive, with individual character that can only come from their location"
The Independent On Ixsir wines
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