Made from a blend of Obaideh and Merwah, indigenous to the mountains of Lebanon and said to be related to Chardonnay and Semillon. Planted between 1920 and 1947. Around 5% of southern red Rhone grape Cinsault gives the wine its subtle colour.Complex and concentrated, Chateau Musar Rose should be decanted and shows at its best after some breathing time. It should be served 'cellar cool' at 15C. The citrusy flavours excel with canapes, olives, nuts, seafood and Provencal dishes.