Chateau Musar 1994 This unusual, sought-after wine from the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon is made from a combination of red grapes including Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsaut, Carignan, Grenache, and Mourvedre. It's often likened to Bordeaux, but it is more Rhone-like. Dark and slightly hazy ruby in color, it shows ripe and plummy black fruit with hints of burnt sugar and a distinct "barnyard" note in the aroma. Full and "sweet" mature-red flavors are consistent with the nose; plummy and tart, with distinct earthy tones in the finish. FOOD MATCH: Fruit, acid and earth add up to a first-rate match with roast turkey, particularly the dark meat.
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