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Zafer Chaoui, Chairman and CEO of Château Ksara, Head of Union Vinicole du Liban
"Our range of 14 products is substantial. We are concentrating on these products and trying to develop them to Continue
Dominika Bzduchova
Edouard Kosremelli, Directeur General Adjoint of Château Kefraya
The Philosophy Behind High Quality Wines of Lebanese Château Kefraya
Edouard Kosremelli, Directeur General Adjoint of Château Kefraya
Michel de Bustros, Owner of Chateau Kefraya
Quality Wines in Lebanon
Michel de Bustros, Owner of Château Kefraya
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20 January 2016 |
"Château Ksara is the leading producer in Lebanon and I have been a member of the Union Vinicole du Liban since it was established in the 90s. I have been very active supporting my predecessor and Continue
20 January 2016 |
"Our range of 14 products is substantial. We are concentrating on these products and trying to develop them to the highest extent possible," says Zafer Chaoui, Chairman and CEO of Château Ksara & Continue
12 January 2016 |
"When you look at our logo, you will read ‘’Château Kefraya: un terroir, une âme, un grand vin’’ (a terroir, a soul, a great wine). That is more than just a marketing tagline, it is really a Continue
12 January 2016 |
"Chateau Kefraya’s choices in terms of exports are directed to markets where there is an interest in let’s not say ‘’New World’’ wines but more ‘’Ancient World’’ wines; since Continue
12 January 2016 |
"The trend in Lebanon is that there is certainly more and more interest in wine in general. The increase in the number of wineries proves this," notes Emile Majdalani, Commercial Director of Chateau Continue
Emile Majdalani, Commercial Director of Chateau Kefraya
The trend in Lebanon is that there is certainly more and more interest in wine in general. Continue
Zafer Chaoui, Chairman and CEO of Château Ksara, Head of Union Vinicole du Liban
"Our range of 14 products is substantial. We are concentrating on these products and trying Continue
11 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Marcopolis took a closer look at one of Lebanon's finest export goods – wines of Lebanon. Continue
11 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Over a glass or two, Marcopolis spoke to Michel de Bustros, the founder of Château Kefraya, about his success made in Lebanon. Continue
03 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Lebanese wine is no more an export article but there is a tangible tourism to visit the estates of Lebanese wineries. Continue
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07 August 2012 |
Ben Novak
Lebanese belong to the oldest wine producers in the world. "Historically, Lebanon used to have 3 to 5 producers until the mid 90's. From the mid 90's onwards, there was a certain number of Continue
Emile Majdalani, Commercial Director of Chateau Kefraya
The trend in Lebanon is that there is certainly more and more interest in wine in general. Continue
Zafer Chaoui, Chairman and CEO of Château Ksara, Head of Union Vinicole du Liban
"Our range of 14 products is substantial. We are concentrating on these products and trying Continue
Emile Majdalani, Commercial Director of Château Kefraya
Increased competition within the wine industry in Lebanon is further reinforcing the Continue
Michel de Bustros, Owner of Château Kefraya
Mr. de Bustros tells the history of Chateau Kefraya which started its production during the Continue
Gaston Hochar of Château Musar
The 2011 vintage of Chateau Musar was appreciated by a famous American magazine from the Continue
Michel De Bustros, Owner and Chairman of Château Kefraya
We had our own wine made from our own grapes and from our own winery and thus from that Continue
Zafer Chaoui, Chairman of Château Ksara
In 1857 the Jesuits discovered an ideal place for growing grapes and producing wine which is Continue
Serge Hochar and Gaston Hochar, Chairman and General Manager of Château Musar
The appeal of our wine is exactly what you have just said: natural products.  Our vineyards Continue
20 January 2016 |
"Château Ksara is the leading producer in Lebanon and I have been a member of the Union Vinicole du Liban since it was established in the 90s. I have been very active supporting my predecessor and Continue
20 January 2016 |
"Our range of 14 products is substantial. We are concentrating on these products and trying to develop them to the highest extent possible," says Zafer Chaoui, Chairman and CEO of Château Ksara & Continue
12 January 2016 |
"When you look at our logo, you will read ‘’Château Kefraya: un terroir, une âme, un grand vin’’ (a terroir, a soul, a great wine). That is more than just a marketing tagline, it is really a Continue
12 January 2016 |
"Chateau Kefraya’s choices in terms of exports are directed to markets where there is an interest in let’s not say ‘’New World’’ wines but more ‘’Ancient World’’ wines; since Continue
12 January 2016 |
"The trend in Lebanon is that there is certainly more and more interest in wine in general. The increase in the number of wineries proves this," notes Emile Majdalani, Commercial Director of Chateau Continue
03 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
The export strategy for Chateau Kefraya wine is to focus on high end restaurants and boutique wine shops. Continue
03 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Chateau Kefraya produces unique wines labelled as "Semper Ultra". Continue
03 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Lebanese wine is no more an export article but there is a tangible tourism to visit the estates of Lebanese wineries. Continue
03 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Over the past 40 years Lebanon used to have 3-5 producers of wine. In the mid 90's and onwards 15-20 winemakers entered the Lebanese market and the art of winemaking in Lebanon was spreading. Continue
03 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Chateau Kefraya has received pleasant critique from world renowned wine connoisseurs like Robert Parker or Michel Phaneuf. Continue
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11 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Marcopolis took a closer look at one of Lebanon's finest export goods – wines of Lebanon. Continue
11 October 2012 |
Ben Novak
Over a glass or two, Marcopolis spoke to Michel de Bustros, the founder of Château Kefraya, about his success made in Lebanon. Continue
28 June 2010 |
Ben Novak
The motto of de Bustros and Château Kefraya is “Semper Ultra,” which means “Always the Best.” To everyone at Château Kefraya, it means that no matter how well they do, they are always Continue
28 June 2010 |
Ben Novak
In the ancient world, Lebanese wine was celebrated The Romans so celebrated the wines of the Bekaa Valley that they dedicated one of the largest temples to wine in the world—the famous Temple of Continue