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Chateau Ksara

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Chateau Ksara

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Beqaa Wine (Small Group) Guided Tour & Tasting with Lunch - Day Trip from Beirut
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Beqaa Wine (Small Group) Guided Tour & Tasting with Lunch - Day Trip from Beirut

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Discover generations of winemakers and taste Lebanon’s red, rosé and white wines, while learning about each step of wine making. For this tour, we chose for you three wineries that together will give you an accurate idea of wine production in the Beqaa Valley. We will start with a wine tour and tasting at the lovely winery of Domaine des Tourelles, the oldest commercial winery, mostly famous for their arak, followed by a visit to Chateau Kefraya, Lebanon's second largest winery, surrounded by beautiful vineyards. We will end our day with a full tour and tasting at Chateau Heritage, a gorgeous modern family-winery producing a large variety of great wines. On your way, you will enjoy a break with a generous lunch bag filled with home-made pleasures.
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Yucef-G-Badr wrote a review Jul 2020
Beirut, Lebanon267 contributions40 helpful votes
Famous for it's underground wine caves,the tour is informative and fun and the wine tasting part is the best part if the whole visit...
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Elie R wrote a review Mar 2020
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Excellent We did the professional tasting Reine was a very good host we enjoyed thank you ksara ❤️♥️♥️
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Halcatra wrote a review Feb 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom467 contributions100 helpful votes
It is the biggest and the oldest vineyard in Lebanon, which I belive is enough for recommendation. During your visit you can see a film about the production process and visit the caves where the wine is stored. There are three tasting options depending how much you want to spend and how many wines you want to taste 😊 All the wines we tried were really good. I am giving 4 stars and not 4 only because later on we visited the difference Chateau where we had even better fun.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Adriana G wrote a review Jan 2020
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The place is really amazing, but be careful with the options: we bought option for 10 000 LL (middle one) BUT the lady from the reception didn't inform the guide so we went with the group, which bought the basic (5 000 LL)... We also skip the documentary movie, because once again lady from the reception said (without asking us :( that we don't want to watch it. At the end the guide recognised that it was huge mistake, but well... It should not happen.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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scbeaches wrote a review Jan 2020
sc120 contributions30 helpful votes
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we did the tour/video (free) & premium tasting (15,000 lbp) which together took maybe 1h then we had lunch in the cafe. unfortunately the cafe is closing for the next month or so bc low season and the winery isn't open sundays during jan/feb. you'll enjoy your trip!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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