Lebanon wines bring villages back to life and emigrants home

A grape picker harvests grapes in a farm at Taanayel Monastery, in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, September 15, 2018. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lured by Lebanon’s winemaking potential and nostalgia for his homeland, Maher Harb left a Paris consultancy job in 2010 and dug vines into the soil of family land unused since the country’s civil war. Seven years later his Sept winery launched its first commercial vintage and is now looking to export as […]

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