Vins du Liban
Vins du Liban translates to “Wines of Lebanon”
Vins du Liban aims to pioneer the beautiful wines of Lebanon in Australia, and put Lebanon on the map - or wine list - beside other popular grapes from around the world. The origins of the company are inspired by founder Nicole’s determination to share the amazing wines of her Lebanese heritage with the Australian people. Nicole hopes to show Australians how wonderfully this wine pairs on a day-to-day basis whether it be a nice white for dinner, a sexy summer rosé or a deep full-bodied red for heartier occasions.
The Lebanese land offers a perfect environment for the grape’s growth. With its lush coastal regions, soaring mountain peaks and fertile valleys, Lebanon enjoys a great diversity of terrains and climates. We've selected from the best of them to really showcase what Lebanon has to offer.
Ixsir is unique among world wineries. Unlike the vast majority of Lebanese wineries which grow their grapes in Lebanon’s fertile Bekaa Valley, Ixsir is a mountain wine, grown on slopes that stretch from the south of the Mount Lebanon chain to its northern reaches.
Couvent Rouge is the story of a village that decided to replace its cannabis plantations with noble vine grapes. The Couvent Rouge winery is located in the depths of the Bekka Valley. All grapes are both Organic and Fairtrade certified, and for more than a few years now, the village has been producing an exceptional vine grape, but also a remarkable wine.
The beginning of Chateau Oumsiyat’s wine and arak making dates back to the beginning of the 19th century. It was around 1826 when the Bou Sleiman family built and established a wine production place in the beautiful village of Metein in the mountains of Maten, the pine forest region North-East of Beirut.