209 Lebanese Wine Club

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We’ll also send you a full review of the wines to discover, background information on the wineries, and detailed tasting notes from our expert team.

On top of that, as a club member, you'll get exclusive invitations to all our wine tastings, tours, and events. You'll also benefit from a 10% discount on each and every order you place on our website!

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Explore This Month's Selection: Chateau Cana Jardin Secret

Chateau Cana Jardin Secret’s unique bouquet can be attributed to its 100% tenor in a traditional Lebanese grape ‘Sabbaghieh’. Grown in villagers’ gardens, ‘Sabbaghieh’ grapes deliver a wine that is dense and deep, offering the specific taste of sunny grapes.

Aging: 6 months in used oak

Read the amazing story behind this unique white wine and give it a try. 

The Story Behind This Bottle

Sobbaghieh (from the word "sabgha" meaning dye or stain) is a native Lebanese grape. It belongs, in fact, to the varieties of grapes that are characterized by their special flesh and juice that are both red in color, unlike other types of red grapes. This is due to the presence of anthocyanin pigments within the pulp of the grape itself and gives wines a higher level of tannins.

 

Behind this dense crimson red grape lies a story that travels back to our ancestors' days. In the villages nested in the mountains of Lebanon, Sobbaghieh was mainly used to dye vinegar. As the years went by and old traditions were forgotten, so was the Sobbaghieh. That is, until, Fadi Gerges, founder and owner of Château Cana, decided otherwise; everything Mother Nature has to offer is a gift. Therefore, Fadi who was always an explorer at heart, decided to experiment with the Sobbaghieh grapes and use them to make wine.

 

Today, we are proud to say that Chateau Cana is the only winery in Lebanon that uses "Sobbaghieh" to create this flagship bottle: "Jardin Secret". After several months of vinification, this wine is aged in used oak barrels for an additional 6 months. Jardin Secret is a wine that is dense and deep, offering the specific taste of sunny grapes and a subtle after taste of sweet spices.

You can get your hands on this not-so-accessible bottle from Sept Winery by purchasing it independently on our website or by subscribing to our wine club.