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LibanonWeine
Geislarstrasse 90.
53225 Bonn.
Germany
Telephone: +49 228-97639351 (Mon-Fri 09:00-14:00 pm)
E-mail: libanonweine@libanonweine.de

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About LibanonWeine

We are local

We want to bring you not only the Lebanese wines but also the story and beauty behind it. Coming from Lebanon and understanding the importance of wine and the connections to the wine makers, we hope we can bring Lebanon closer to you.

We bring you the best deals

We import directly from the wineries in Lebanon and try to bring the best deals to our customers and local wineries, by understanding the economic and social situations  Whether relating to the impact of refugees in Lebanon on the wine business or the exchange rate of the Euro in local currency

We want you to be part of the Lebanese family

We are a small family company and we care most that you are happy and not only enjoying the wine but the whole Lebanese experience, from food, tradition, culture and more. We want to bring you closer to Lebanon!

About Lebanese Wines

History, Culture and People.

Drinking these wines will tell you a beautiful story of Lebanon, its vibrant fruits and flowers, but also of its roots and leaves. In it you will taste the flavor of the land, the sea, the people, the beauty of this country.

Terroir.

Lebanon's primary advantage is its exceptional terroir, characterized by high temperatures and close to 300 days of sun a year and the quality of the soil, packed with limestone. This type of ground is extremely rare and present in less than 3% of soil worldwide.

Region.

At an altitude of around 1,000 m, the Bekaa Valley enjoys dry summers, cool nights and consistent rainfall, the grapes rarely ripen before mid September. Batroun is the second most productive wine region after the Bekaa. The grapes are grown between 400-1,300 meters in vineyards that are facing the Mediterranean sea.

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