Zeephandel in Libanon

2,600-Year-Old Winery Discovered In Lebanon :: Beirut.com ...- Zeephandel in Libanon ,Main picture courtesy of the Tell El Burak archaeological project One of the oldest sites for wine production in the world, Lebanon is no stranger to wineries. To build on this fantastic history, we were excited to hear that archaeologists discovered a 2,600-year-old wine factory in the agricultural lands of Tell El-Burak (located 9km south of Sidon) making it the oldest wine press in Lebanon ...2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon | Food & Wine2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon 2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon The oldest-known winery in the country helps us understand the Phoenicians' role in wine innovation.



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If you're looking for a place to unwind, chug wine, and eat delicious food - look no further! Here are a few wineries that offer wine tasting tours. 1. Cave Kouroum image courtesy of Cave Kouroum's Facebook page Location: Kefraya, West Bekaa Wine tasting tours are free of charge but must be reserved a week prior. For more information about the winery, click here. 2. Coteaux Du Liban image ...

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2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon 2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon The oldest-known winery in the country helps us understand the Phoenicians' role in wine innovation.

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2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon 2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon The oldest-known winery in the country helps us understand the Phoenicians' role in wine innovation.

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Archaeologists working in Lebanon discovered a 2,600-year-old winery purportedly constructed and used by the ancient Phoenicians, the greatest wine traders the world has seen, according to ...

2,600-Year-Old Phoenician Winery Discovered in Lebanon ...

The culture of drinking wine dates back thousands of years. Further evidence of that was unearthed when archeologists excavated a 2,600-year-old wine press.

2,600-year-old Phoenician winery discovered on Lebanese ...

Archaeologists working in Lebanon discovered a 2,600-year-old winery purportedly constructed and used by the ancient Phoenicians, the greatest wine traders the world has seen, according to ...

2,600-Year-Old Phoenician Winery Discovered in Lebanon ...

The culture of drinking wine dates back thousands of years. Further evidence of that was unearthed when archeologists excavated a 2,600-year-old wine press.

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2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon 2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon The oldest-known winery in the country helps us understand the Phoenicians' role in wine innovation.

2,600-year-old Phoenician wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon

2,600-year-old wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon The oldest press found in the country was used by ancient Phoenicians to manufacture vintages once adored around the Mediterranean. 3 Minute Read

2,600-Year-Old Phoenician Winery Discovered in Lebanon ...

The culture of drinking wine dates back thousands of years. Further evidence of that was unearthed when archeologists excavated a 2,600-year-old wine press.

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2,600-Year-Old Phoenician Winery Discovered in Lebanon ...

The culture of drinking wine dates back thousands of years. Further evidence of that was unearthed when archeologists excavated a 2,600-year-old wine press.

2,600-Year-Old Phoenician Winery Discovered In Lebanon ...

Archeologists in Lebanon recently excavated a wine press believed to be used as early as the 7th century B.C.. The remains of the 2,600-year-old wine press were discovered during an archaeological dig at Tell el-Burak, a Lebanese city near the Mediterranean sea in what would have been ancient Phoenician homelands.

2,600-year-old Phoenician winery discovered on Lebanese ...

Archaeologists working in Lebanon discovered a 2,600-year-old winery purportedly constructed and used by the ancient Phoenicians, the greatest wine traders the world has seen, according to ...

2,600-year-old Phoenician winery discovered on Lebanese ...

Archaeologists working in Lebanon discovered a 2,600-year-old winery purportedly constructed and used by the ancient Phoenicians, the greatest wine traders the world has seen, according to ...

2,600-year-old Phoenician wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon

2,600-year-old wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon The oldest press found in the country was used by ancient Phoenicians to manufacture vintages once adored around the Mediterranean. 3 Minute Read

2,600-year-old Phoenician wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon

2,600-year-old wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon The oldest press found in the country was used by ancient Phoenicians to manufacture vintages once adored around the Mediterranean. 3 Minute Read

2,600-year-old Phoenician wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon

2,600-year-old wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon The oldest press found in the country was used by ancient Phoenicians to manufacture vintages once adored around the Mediterranean. 3 Minute Read

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2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon 2,600-Year-Old Wine Press Unearthed in Lebanon The oldest-known winery in the country helps us understand the Phoenicians' role in wine innovation.

2,600-year-old Phoenician wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon

2,600-year-old wine 'factory' unearthed in Lebanon The oldest press found in the country was used by ancient Phoenicians to manufacture vintages once adored around the Mediterranean. 3 Minute Read

2,600-Year-Old Phoenician Winery Discovered in Lebanon ...

The culture of drinking wine dates back thousands of years. Further evidence of that was unearthed when archeologists excavated a 2,600-year-old wine press.