Lebanon needs you to buy its wines. and, yes, they're really good

Foto: Reuters/Shannon Stapleton

Massive explosions rocked Beirut's huge port last month, killing more than 200 people. The owners of Château Marsyas winery were injured in their commercial office just 600 meters away and crawled through debris from fallen walls and ceilings to escape. Two weeks later, they were harvesting grapes at their vineyards in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley.

That's the kind of resilience winemakers have in this tiny country on the eastern Mediterranean coast, squeezed between Israel and Syria...

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