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Clau de Nell

Clau de Nell Vineyards

The Loire Valley “One-hundred million years ago, during the Upper Cretaceous Period, much of the Loire Valley was under the ancient seas of the Paris Basin. It was in this prehistoric era, known as the Turonian, that the chalk layers of Anjou (in the middle Loire) were deposited. Tuffeau, as the rock is properly called, is chalky limestone composed chiefly ... Read More »

Chateau Mignot and Clemens Busch Spatlese

Hortense Bernard - General Manager

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Spotlight on Chateau Kefraya

Chateau Kefraya Vineyard

Since its formation, Chateau Kefraya has had a goal to cultivate, “A terroir, a soul, a great wine” and with this mission, Chateau Kefraya has earned the respect and admiration from wine lovers and collectors alike. Owned and operated by the Bustros Family, the large estate was establishing during Lebanon’s Civil War. The Bustros family comes from a long lineage ... Read More »