Lebanese wine makes £1,500 at auction

A bottle of Château Ksara 1942 Vin D’Or was sold for £1,500 at a charity auction in London this week.

Winemaking in Lebanon ‘more dangerous’ than ever

Growing grapes and making wine in Lebanon amid the political unrest in neighbouring Syria is “more dangerous than ever” according to one key producer.

Ten grape myths and legends

There are many myths and legends attached to famous grape varieties involving Roman emperors, Italian counts, Burgundian dukes and blackbirds – but not all of them, in fact most of them, are entirely true.

Flying Winemaker announces second AWR

Muscat Bailey A, Koshu and Cabernet Gernischt are among some of the Asian grape varieties that will be in the spotlight at the second annual Asian Wine Review (AWR) which will be launched on 8 February.

db Eats: Roussillon

May 1st, 2012

Lebanon builds momentum

November 29th, 2011

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