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Château Khoury

Château Khoury

The vineyard is a family business born out of Raymond and Brigitte El Khoury’s passion for the vine and wine. The first vines for wine production were planted in 1995 on a land that had been abandoned after the Lebanese civil war. Before the war these..

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Château Ksara

Château Ksara

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..

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Château Musar

Château Musar

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..

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IXSIR Winery

IXSIR Winery

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..

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Malbec World Day: 17 April

Malbec World Day: 17 April

Malbec World Day, now in its sixth year, is a celebration of Malbec organised by Wines of Argentina. You can find out more on their main event website. But what is Malbec and why should you get excited?

It’s a full-bodied red wine that grows mostly in..

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Sherry – Phoenician Roots?

Sherry – Phoenician Roots?

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..

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Is it Moutabbal or Baba Ghanoush?

Is it Moutabbal or Baba Ghanoush?

GUEST: Do you have baba ghanoush? You know, that smoked eggplant dip made with tahini and served with warmed Mediterranean flat-bread? Like hummus, but with aubergine? You know … baba ghanoush?

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Why is Lebanese food so Amazing?

Why is Lebanese food so Amazing?

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..

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Liquid Lebanon

Liquid Lebanon

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..

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