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With 6,000 years of wine making history there is more to Lebanon than just Chateau Musar.

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"When the civil war broke out, Lebanon had four commercial wineries. It now has around 20. Chateau Kefraya, one of the largest, began making award-winning vintages in the 1980s, but most newcomers opened in the last decade. Massaya exemplifies this new breed. Brothers Ramzi and Sami Ghosn were children during the war and spent much of it abroad. They went into the wine business with French partners in 1998, after removing wartime squatters from their land, aiming to make a product with Lebanese character but international appeal."

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