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Lebanese Wine

Before Talking about our wine trips programs organized by our Lebanese Wine Expert Carlos Khachan
Here is the Lebanese wine industry in a glance:
Number of producers in 1991: 4
Number of producers in 2004: 12
Number of producers in 2010: approximately 40

National production: approximately 9 million bottles
Area under vine for wine production: approximately 1,200 ha

Our National Lebanese Wine Trips (From Bekaa Valley to the North of Lebanon (batroun) passing by the Lebanese Mountains) are organized every 2 weeks (one day wine trip or 2 days wine trip for groups (8 people and more) or private number of people (2 to 6 people) our price range is between 45$ and 55$. For reservation or more information call 03611603 or visit our official website www.clubgrappe.com

The Lebanese wineries that we will be visiting during our wine trip tours are the following:         
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Useful Links

For more info about our wine activities please visit the links below:
www.lebanesewinetrip.com
www.clubgrappe.com
www.lamaisondusommelier.com
www.winesocietyoflebanon.com
www.lebanesewinefestival.com
www.routeduvinlibanais.com
www.lebanesewineexpert.com
www.winetourlebanon.com
www.lebanonwinetasting.com
www.carloskhachan.com

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Adyar (est. 2003; 45,000 bottles) in the North- Aurora (est. 2005; 4,000 bottles) in the North- Batroun Mountains (est. 2003; 50,000 bottles) in the North- Cave Kouroum (est. 1998; 500,000 bottles) in West Bekaa Valley- Chateau Belle Vue (est. 2000; 18,000 bottles) in Behamdoun- Chateau Faqra (est. 1985; 150,000 bottles) in Mount Lebanon- Chateau Ka (est. 1974; 125,000 bottles) in the Bekaa Valley-Chateau Kefraya (est. 1978; 2.2 million bottles) in West Bekaa Valley- Chateau Khoury (est. 2004; 50,000 bottles) in Zahle Bekaa -Chateau Ksara (est. 1857; 2.5 million bottles) in Zahle Bekaa- Chateau Marsyas (est. 2005; 50,000 bottles) in West Bekaa Valley- Chateau Musar (est. 1930; 700,000 bottles) in Ghazir Mount Lebanon- Clos de Cana (est. 2000; 350,000 bottles) in Behamdoun Ras el Haref- Clots Saint Thomas (est. 1997; 600,000 bottles) in West Bekaa Valley- Coteaux de Botrys (est. 1998; 40,000 bottles) in the North- Coteaus du Liban (est. 2000; 60,000 bottles) in Zahle Bekaa- Domaine de Baal - organic wine (est. 2006; 12,000 bottles) in Zahle Bakaa - Domaine des cedres (est. 2000; 30,000 bottles) in West Bekaa Valley- Domaine Najm (est. 1994; 4,500 bottles) in the North- Domaine Skaff (est. 2009; 10,000 bottles)- Domaine des Tourelles (est. 1868; 100,000 bottles) in Chtoura- Domaine Wardy (est. 1996; 650,000 bottles) in Zahle Bekaa- Heritage (est. 1995; 500,000 bottles) West Bekaa Valley- Ixsir (est. 2008; 300,000 bottles) in the North- Karam Winery (est. 2003; 55,000 bottles) in the South Jezzine- Massaya (est. 1998; 300,000 bottles) in Taanayel Bekaa- Nabise Mont Liban (est. 2001; 18,000 bottles) in Mount Lebanon - Nakad Winery (est. 1923; 200,000 bottles) in Jdita Bekaa- Tazka (est. 2007; 30,000 bottles) in Zahle.
(All our wine tours will be guided by Lebanese sommelier and wine expert Carlos Khachan)
The production figures are based on the wineries statements and represent the production capacities; that is around 10,000,000 bottles.