We're excited to announce a series of intimate wine dinners at Noreetuh. Our first will feature wines exclusively from Chateau Musar of the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon.
Founded in 1930 by Gaston Hochar and later joined by son Serge who became winemaker in 1959 after studying Oenology in Bordeaux, Chateau Musar has been producing wines in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon for almost 85 years.
After surviving through years of civil war and unrest, Chateau Musar has created some of the most fascinating, unusual and talked about wines using their sometimes unconventional methods of production. Cheateau Musar garnered a cult following when they were discovered by Michael Broadbent at the 1979 Bristol Wine Fair, throwing the house into the international spotlight.
We will be joined by Nat Davis of Broadbent Wines who will be sharing Chateau Musar's wine making philosophy and the reasons why it is one of our favorite offerings on the wine list.
Assortment of Snacks
Chateau Musar Jeune Blanc
Big Eye Tuna Poke
Chateau Musar Jeune Rose
Grass Fed Beef Tartare
Chateau Musar Rose 2001
Rack of Lamb
Chateau Musar Rouge 1999, Chateau Musar Rouge 2007
Chateau Musar Blanc 2003
Seating is limited to only 10 guests.
Tickets are $150 per guest and include tax and gratuity.
Tickets are non-refundable, but can be transferred to another guest.