Most wine history books agree that there is no doubt wine was first made in the Middle East. Noah, Naboth, Christ, St. Paul, the great Roman Temple at Baalbeck, are all but few of the evidence that support this fact.
Theories even exist to suggest that..
Cited by Pliny the Elder, Mount Bargylus, known today as Jebel Al-Ansariyé, spreads from the Orontes Valley near the ancient city of Antioch to the Eleutherus Valley in the south of ancient Emesa.
This land is a country of mystery and legends where wine..
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 vision behind IXSIR is to reveal the best terroirs of Lebanon, some forgotten long since.
Established by friends with a common passion for both wine and Lebanon, IXSIR is the culmination of their dream in creating a fine wine that will forever be..
Jerez has been a centre of viniculture since wine-making was introduced to Spain by the Phoenicians in 1100 BC. The practice was carried on by the Romans when they took control of Iberia around 200 BC. The Moors conquered the region in AD 711 and..
In the video below, the Lebanese discuss why their cuisine is so amazing. From diversity to simplicity, from breakfast to dinner, there is something unique in every establishment, a passion and freshness accumulated over centuries of trade and..
Enjoying wines from one of oldest vine cultures in the world.
Lebanon is perhaps the oldest of the Old World countries, nestled at the eastern extremity of the Mediterranean, bordered by Syria to the north and east, and Israel to the south. Scholars are..