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Lebanon: The Greatest Food And Wine Country


Mezza in Batroun

Lebanon’s food and wine history extends back thousands of years. The Levant, as it was known generally before a series of contemporary political borders shaped it, was where humans first learned to farm. Moving from a hunter-gatherer existence to a semi-sedentary agricultural society gave people the freedom from day-to-day survival to pursue advanced interests like weapons, tools, and wine. But the history most Lebanese refer to as having the greatest implications for modern life, is that of the 20th century.

Source: Lebanon: The Greatest Food And Wine Country You’ve Never Visited (Part 1)

Lebanese Wine, Lebanon wine regions

For well over 1000 years, Phoenician traders consistently extended their influence from their homelands (modern-day Lebanon, western Syria and northern Israel) along the north coast of Africa and up into southern Europe – notably Sardinia, Sicily, southern Italy, Greece and Turkey. … read more

26 قرنا من النبيذ الفرنسي

صانعو النبيذ في بلجيكا وفرنسا يتنافسون على النبيذ الزهري وصناعته. أندرو كاتشبول من جريدة الغارديان البريطانية كتب تقريراً عن الموضوع، ذكر فيه انّ جذور صناعة النبيذ في فرنسا تعود الى 26 قرناً عندما جلبها الفينيقيون معهم الى فرنسا. “But quality … read more