Owned by the Touma family, Château St Thomas has a growing reputation for their table wines. Joe Touma who now runs the estate with his sisters has been instrumental in getting recognition for the Obeidy grape as truly Lebanese.
Château Ksara in Lebanon’sBekaa Valley is the country’s oldest and largest winery. Founded in the mid-nineteenth century by Jesuit monks, Ksara’s range of red, white and rosé wines are now sold all over the world and the company’s philosophy of coupling age old tradition with modern technology places it at the forefront of the exciting Lebanese wine industry.
Château Musar is by far the most important and most recognised producer in Lebanon. Under the stewardship of the great late Serge Hochar, Musar produced impressive red wines in the Bekaa Valley and that tradition continues today under the latest generation of the Hochar family.