Lebanon is one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. The temple of Bacchus (God of Wine), built by the Romans in the year 150, reflects the importance of wine making in the Bekaa Valley.
 
 “Coteaux du Liban” enjoys a location at the slopes of Zahle, city of poems and wine, at an altitude of 1100m in the center of the Bekaa Valley.
 
The estate is family owned, established by Nicolas ABOU KHATER a graduate wine maker from the University of Burgundy in France, who aims to produce a Lebanese character wine from a wise mix of traditional methods and new techniques to reflect the particular terroir of “Coteaux du Liban”.
 

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