1875, LEBANON’S FIRST DRY WINE

Jesuit monks inherited and began farming a 25-hectare plot of land situated between Tanail and Zahle. Resident Priest Father Kirn recognized the potential of Ksara’s terroir and convinced the other priests that it should be used to grow grapes for viticulture.

1875, LEBANON’S FIRST DRY WINE

Jesuit monks inherited and began farming a 25-hectare plot of land situated between Tanail and Zahle. Resident Priest Father Kirn recognized the potential of Ksara’s terroir and convinced the other priests that it should be used to grow grapes for viticulture.