It is no coincidence that the Romans built the Temple of Bacchus at Baalbeck because for many centuries the land of the Beqaa Valley has delivered a spectacular harvest of grapes. You can still see the vines carved in the temple stonework.
The Beqaa boasts such a large spectrum of terroirs that it took Massaya around 10 years of experimentation to find the inspiration they are now expressing in the single vineyard labels. They have chosen carefully the spots for their vines to capitalize on the Beqaa’s favorable terroir in light of climate change.
A gorgeous strawberry colour, with aromas of red berry fruits and subtle spice. Beautiful freshness thanks to vineyards’ altitude.