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Grape harvesting tour, wine tasting and a lunch of local ingredients, prepared by international chefs.At Chateau Kefraya the visitors were welcomed by a picturesque sight of wine fields, trees and mountains in a perfect combination with the early autumn sun. While the guests were admiring the view, taking pictures with their phones and drinking freshly served coffee, the chefs from Phoenicia started preparing their lunch. Chateau Kefraya exports wines to 42 different countries and has won numerous prices in France and other places in Europe.Then, it was finally time to the main event of the tour: The lunch prepared by chefs from Phoenicia accompanied by wine of all three colors.For dessert, the pastry executive chef had prepared a dozen different cakes and sweets and a sweet wine was served.
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