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Wine producers throughout Lebanon are getting ready to showcase their drinks in Germany for the "Lebanese Wine Day in Berlin".The all-day event, on May 5, will gather 33 Lebanese producers and around 50 government officials at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in the German capital, where they will hope to land contracts with European distributors and raise the profile of Lebanese wine. The inaugural annual Lebanese wine fair took place in Paris last year, helping to boost awareness about the product in Lebanon's second biggest wine export market after the United Kingdom.Still, it lags far behind Lebanon's two top European wine markets – France and the United Kingdom – which import an approximate annual value of $4.3 million and $2.4 million respectively.Lebanese wine has long been known among international connoisseurs.
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