Lebanese Wines to Taste

We don’t want to rate wines or give points because what you like is a subjective thing regardless of the price, grape, or brand.
But if you’re curious and you want to expand your palate by trying something different, you’ll find a new suggested bottle here every month.

Couvent Rouge Leb Nat 2019

A new release and the first pét-nat in Lebanon, Couvent Rouge‘s Leb Nat is made with Viognier and Grenache. Available in white and rosé.

About the white:

The Viognier really shines here. It’s like a peach cobbler without the sugary glaze, the stone fruit foam is followed by a nutty cream on the palate with a kick – it’s crisp but not too dry, the freshness is just the boost needed for the post-work, pre-weekend Thursday evening.

Farrah, B for Bacchus founder

Want to learn more about Couvent Rouge?
Listen to Episode 1 of the B for Bacchus podcast.