Lebanon boasts probably the longest established winemaking heritage in the world – vines are thought to have first been introduced there by ancient traders from South Caucasus. In 1857 Jesuit monks planted Cinsault in the central Beqaa Valley, which remains the focal point of production today, and home to the likes of Domaine des Tourelles, Château Musar and Massaya – all strongly influenced by Lebanon's former colonial master, France.

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