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All Lebanese Wineries

  • From the Temple of Bacchus in Ba’albek to the fields of young green vines stretching ac the Bekaa Valley, wine making in Lebanon is as much a part of the country’s past as its present.
  • Known for its rich terroir and micro-climates, the craft dates back several thousand years and has an established place in Lebanese culture, giving Lebanon a rich wine-making history.
  • In modern times, wine making has witnessed a renaissance, growing from a few wineries in the late 90s to cross forty by 2011, with a current annual wine production of 8 million bottles. Lebanese wineries share a common heritage, but each has its own story to tell. 

Wineries in Bekaa 

  • Fed by the melting snow that runs off the Lebanon and Anti-Lebanon mountains, the Bekaa Valley in the East is Lebanon’s most fertile farming area and also its most well-known wine producing region.
  • The terroir is marked by its own water supply, long dry summers and mild nights.
  • The soil in the Bekaa valley varies from limestone, to clay.

Wineries in Mount Lebanon

  • The Chouf region – located South-East of Beirut – is characterized by its warm summers and mild winters, which render the grapes distinct in flavor.
  • The area is exposed to the Mediterranean on its West and Southwest.
  • It is located on calcareous clay soil that delays the ripening of the grapes and produces more acidic wines.

Wineries in North Lebanon

  • The mountainous Batroun region in the North is the second most popular wine-producing region in Lebanon after the Bekaa.
  • The grapes here are grown at altitudes between 400m and 1,300m, with vineyards either facing the sea or located further inland.
  • The region’s very diverse character makes it a hotspot for boutique wineries and distinctive wines

Wineries in South Lebanon

  • The South’s famous range of microclimates, along with its valleys and plateaus, give the region great potential in producing remarkably unique wines.
  • Grapes are generally grown at altitudes that range from 600m to 1,300m.
  • The soils differ from one area to the next, producing exceptionally distinctive wines.