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Chateau Oumsiyat Obeidy

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Chateau Oumsiyat Obeidy, Bekaa Valley 2020 The Chateau Oumsiyat Obeidy is made from predominantly Obeidy, an indigenous Lebanese white variety, this wine has exotic, mineral flavours with hints of peach through...

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Chateau Oumsiyat Obeidy, Bekaa Valley 2020

The Chateau Oumsiyat Obeidy is made from predominantly Obeidy, an indigenous Lebanese white variety, this wine has exotic, mineral flavours with hints of peach through to a lovely, whistle clean salty finish.

 

Producer Note - Passion and heritage has been passed down through the Bou Sleiman family for four generations. When Joseph Bou Sleiman took over the reins at Château Oumsiyat, he blended respect for local tradition with modern techniques to craft contemporary wines. A passionate vine grower, Joseph also built a modern winery in the village of Mtein, where he creates wines that are a fusion of Old World and New World. The grapes are grown in the 78 hectare vineyard, situated at over 1,000 metres elevation in the beautiful Bekaa Valley, between Mount Lebanon to the west and the Anti-Lebanon Mountains to the east. The altitude, microclimate and soils combine in this ancient terroir to produce fresh wines with a very Mediterranean “feel.'

 

Vintage - 2018 was characterised as an early vintage. Low rainfall during winter was followed by hot, dry conditions in the summer. The dry, warm weather helped keep the vineyard disease free and produced grapes with good concentration of fruit. The vintage took place earlier than in average years, with fruit in excellent health.

 

Vineyard - The vines are planted at an altitude of 1,000 metres above sea level, where the warm days are tempered by cooler nights. The summer diurnal temperature difference is 20°C, which encourages an extended ripening period, concentrating the flavours and aromatic complexity in the berries, while retaining balancing acidity from the cool nights. The soil is calcareous clay which is a cool soil that has good water retention properties to nourish the vines during the hot, dry summers. Due to its pH, calcareous clay soils tend to produce refreshing wines, which encourages further balance to the ripeness of fruit. The vines are cane pruned and are planted at a density of 4,000 vines per hectare. The vineyard is cultivated with respect for the environment and the grapes are hand-harvested at optimal maturity. Obeidy is an indigenous Lebanese variety which is unique to Lebanon and thrives in this terroir. It was previously used in the production of Arak, but is now coming into its own as a varietal white wine.

 

Winemaking - The grapes were pressed and each variety was vinified separately. The must was racked and fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks at 14 to 16°C with selected yeasts. The wine did not go through malolactic fermentation to maintain the crisp and fresh style. The wine was skilfully blended with the Odeidy variety given prominence, offering a creamy texture and flavours of honey and lemon; beautifully balanced by the Sauvignon Blanc's crisp vivacity and citrus tones while the Viognier complements with heady, peachy and floral aromatics. A unique and complex blend, which was lightly filtered prior to bottling.

 

Tasting Note - Made from Obeidy, an indigenous Lebanese white variety, this aromatic wine has exotic fruit and mineral flavours through to a lovely, whistle clean finish. Chateau Oumsiyat Obeidy is a superb white wine that really needs to be tasted by everyone.

Grape: Obeidy 92%, Sauvignon Blanc 4%, Viognier 4%

Winemaker: Joseph Bou Sleiman

Region: Bekaa Valley

Subregion: Bekaa Valley

Country: Lebanon

Alcohol: Dry/Sweet value: 1 (1 is dry, 7 is very sweet)

Residual Sugar: 2

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan: Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic: No

Biodynamic: No

The technical information on this wine is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. This information may be subject to change according to vintage.

Can you explain your shipping charges?

We charge the amount the courier charges us to deliver the wines. In the majority of cases this is £10.00 for a dozen wines. For local delivery we charge £5.00 as we can often do this ourselves, by local we mean Milton Keynes.

Couriers charge by weight and size and a case of wines is both heavy and bulky and so the costs are fairly high. The charges are the same if you are buying 1 bottle or 6 bottles but they change if you go over 6 bottles due the the excess weight and size. Couriers also charge a fee to cover fuel excess and this all goes towards the total cost not to mention the 20% VAT to be added to everything.

Currently if someone orders a dozen wines they are charged £10.00 but if they order 24 bottles the charge is the same!

If you wish to have your wines shipped to other countries the costs are extreemly high and often not worth paying for. The cost for example to ship to the USA for a dozen wines would be £100.00 for the shipping alone! Therefore we have taken the decision not to ship any wines outside of the UK.

 

What is your minimum order?

The minimum order is 1 bottle! I prefer it if people order more and you get better value with the delivery if you do this too!

 

What if I want to send wine as a gift?

No problem, we will send to your preferred address and even include a card free of charge!

We have two kinds of cards a blank one and a Thank you one. However if you want a Valentines one or a birthday card or anyother type of card please let us know. We will write your personal greeting and even include the soppy stuff. We don't charge for the cards as its our way of thanking you for choosing us to send a gift to your loved one. 

 

What about a discount?

I may be able to take a little off the price if you ask nicely and there is a large enough order. Please do not ask for a discount on any orders under 12 bottles.  Email me with your requirements and I will let you know if I can do anything. However the best way to get a discount is to sign up for the newsletter as there is often special offers given away to newsletter subscribers.

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Chateau Oumsiyat Obeidy

£11.50 £10.85