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Now the city, which once exported Lebanese wine to the heart of the Roman Empire, will be hosting its very own summer wine festival.Gathered to announce the launch of the new wine festival in Byblos last Friday were Hawat, President of the Lebanese Union of Wineries Zafer Chaoui and General Manager of the Agriculture Ministry Louis Lahoud.During his speech, Hawat praised the wine festival as an opportunity to celebrate Lebanese wines and draw visitors to the city. This year will see the wine festival and a marathon added to the city's repertoire of events.Drawing on the history and locality of the wine, the festival will feature white, rose and sparkling Lebanese wines, and has promised to introduce a little heard of local producers to wine lovers.
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