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Arinarnoa is a dark-berried wine grape variety, bred in 1956 in Bordeaux and initially presented as a crossing of two Bordeaux grape varieties; Merlot and Petit Verdot. However, more recent DNA research has revealed it to be a crossing of the Pyrenean grape variety Tannat with Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines made are naturally deep in color and firmly structured – unsurprising, given Arinarnoa's pedigree (both supposed and real).

Grown mainly in the south of France for the Vin de Pays/IGP designations of the Languedoc and Provence, Arinarnoa also features in several wines made at Can Rafols del Caus in Penedès. In Lebanon, Chateau Ksara combines it with Cabernet Sauvignon in the Le Souverain bottling. It has spread as far as South America, where varietal examples are made in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay.

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  1. Le Souverain - 2013 - Chateau Ksara

    Le Souverain - 2013 - Chateau Ksara

    A dense, deep purple-red robe, with a remarkable bouquet of dark wild berries, an underliving of licorice, fenugreek, and carob, accompanied with a highly complex olfactory range.
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