Lebanon Wine, Batroun, Obeideh Skin Contact 2021 - Sept Winery

Lebanon Wine, Batroun, Zahleh, 100% Obeideh, Obeideh Skin Contact 2021 - Sept Winery

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Tasting notes for the Obeideh "Skin Contact" 2021 - Sept Winery

  • EYE: The bright and amber robe of this Lebanese orange wine evokes a captivating dawn. Its luminous clarity, akin to a warm glow, promises an enveloping sensory experience, a prelude to a tasting that transcends traditional boundaries.
  • NOSE: At the olfactory level, this cuvée releases a complex bouquet of aromas. Floral notes of orange blossom and lime intertwine with hints of candied fruits, creating a balance between freshness and warmth. The subtle imprint of skin contact aging adds an additional spicy dimension.
  • MOUTH: A velvety and tannic texture. Flavors of vine peach, dried apricot, and candied orange peel unfold with intensity. The delicate bitterness harmonizes with liveliness, creating a complex and balanced gustatory symphony. The slightly saline finish elegantly prolongs the experience.


In short: This Obeideh "Skin Contact" 2021 from Sept Winery, with its sensory brilliance and subtle balance, embodies a true exploration of the senses. Its aging potential, expected between 4 and 7 years, promises a harmonious evolution. It will be the ideal companion for dishes such as seafood risotto with saffron, apricot curry chicken, orange and almond tart, and honey-roasted goat cheese.

Other appellations from this estate: Obeideh, Skin Contact Obeideh, Merweh, Skin Contact Merweh, Viognier, Zitani, Cuvée du Soleil, Cabernet Franc, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon de Nehla, Syrah de Nehla...

Product Details

Data sheet

75 cl
Orange wine from Maceration Pelliculaire
Production origin
Grape Variety
% vol.
12,5 %
Lebanon Wine
Maher Harb
Production method
Producer: Sept Winery
Sept Winery

Lebanese Biodynamic Wines


Sept Winery was born out of a deep desire to revive a neglected family land. In 2010, Maher Harb left his flourishing career as a data consultant in France to return to the lands of his forefathers in Nehla, Lebanon. Driven by a burning passion, he planted over 5000 vines there in January 2012. After completing a Master's degree in Wine Management, Maher vinified his very first vintage in 2016 in his garage. Inspired by numerology and in homage to his father, he named his new winemaking venture "Sept", meaning "seven" in French.

The first bottles from Sept Winery hit the market in October 2017, marking the beginning of a remarkable winemaking journey. Production moved to the new cellar built in 2018; a significant milestone for the estate. Guided by his convictions, Maher strictly adheres to biodynamics and viticulture without inputs. His minimalist approach during grape growth and winemaking aims to respect and preserve the natural balance within the vineyard. Sept Winery is now the first and only biodynamic vineyard in Lebanon.

The philosophy of Sept Winery is an unwavering commitment to producing wines that reflect the richness and diversity of the exceptional terroirs of Lebanon. In addition to its biodynamic terroir in Nehla, Maher meticulously selects grapes from different regions of Lebanon. By refusing to blend grapes from different regions, Sept Winery stands out by only producing single-varietal wines that proudly embody the honest expression of each Lebanese terroir, hence the motto "A wine of place".

To preserve the authenticity of the terroir, Sept Winery's natural fermentation process relies on indigenous yeasts, spontaneous fermentation, natural stabilization, minimal filtration, no additives, a minimal dose of sulfur, exclusive use of stainless steel tanks, aging on lees, and skin maceration. The essential mission of Sept Winery is to share the authentic flavors of Lebanon with the entire world, becoming the ambassador for Maher's ancestral heritage and a reference in biodynamic agriculture.

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