Meejana is proud to be contributing the #CookForSyria campaign organised by UNICEF’s Next Generation. During the whole month of November, we will be preparing our Kibbeh Labaniyeh (also known as Kibbeh bel Laban) the Syrian way. The main difference is..
Here at Meejana, we offer an extensive, diverse menu packed full of Lebanese favourites and contemporary dishes. Our authentic dishes are family recipes, tried, tested and loved for generations! But what are the features of authentic Lebanese food, and..
In Argentina wine is part of the national culture. Located south of the Americas, with a population of 42 million inhabitants and an area 4 times greater than that of France, Argentina is one of the ecological reserves in the world. Possessing a..
For Bouchon, family is everything: past, present and future. A young Julio Bouchon Jr. joined the family project halfway through the 90s. His siblings Juan and María came on board ten years later. Their arrival coincided with a new phase for Bouchon:..
Chateau Montelena Winery, originally called A.L. Tubbs winery after its founder Alfred Tubbs, was constructed in 1888 and intended as a barrel-aging facility. The Chateau was unique in materials, plan, size, and style for its era. In nineteenth-century..
Mulukhiyah (also mloukhiya, molokhia, molohiya, mulukhiyya, malukhiyah, or moroheiya (Arabic: ملوخية)) is the leaves of Corchorus olitorius. It is more commonly known as Nalta jute, tossa jute, jute, Egyptian spinach, Jews mallow, Jute mallow, or..
New Zealand Winegrowers will be co-ordinating a series of events on May 6 to mark the seventh International Sauvignon Blanc Day – billed as a global social media wine tasting. Although this is another ‘international’ campaign to highlight a certain..
Deeply rooted in the Levant, the Johnny R. Saadé family translates its passion for vines through the creation of Château Marsyas in the southern part of the Bekaa valley. Renowned for its wine culture, this ancient land reveals itself to be an..
The wines of Château Musar are unique expressions from a country with an ancient wine-making culture, as vines have been cultivated from Lebanon’s high altitude Bekaa Valley for over 6,000 years.
From around 4,500 B.C., the sea-faring Phoenicians..
Lebanese wine tradition dates back 5,000 years, when the ancient inhabitants of Lebanon, the Phoenicians, first began tending vineyards. The Phoenicians exported wine to ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece and Carthage; introducing the world to viticulture and..