Ksara Estate lies In the heart of the Beqaa valley, so named because at the time of the Crusaders it was the site of a fortress.
In 1857 the Jesuit Fathers acquired the property when it was already a thriving vineyard and the Jesuits continued the tradition of fine wine making, selling and, I assume, tasting!
Today Ksara produces wines which achieve a rare balance of fruitiness, delicacy and robustness Known as "Chateau Ksara". The Lebanese are justly proud of the very fine wines they produce with many vintners having won gold medals at international tastings including those having taken place in France.
Château Ksara produces approximately 3 million bottles annually. Its wines are exported to over 42 countries. Main export markets include Europe, USA, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Brazil, Africa, Australia and Arab Countries. So, it can be found and purchased in many different countries.