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Chaoui implored the citizens of Lebanon and the owners of restaurants to be proud of Lebanese wine and to purchase it instead of imported wines, many of which can be of lesser quality, yet more expensive.Lebanon's wineries are among the oldest sites of wine production in the world, and believed to date all the way back to the time of the Phoenicians, who were instrumental in spreading wine culture throughout the Mediterranean region. Lebanon imports 1.5 million bottles of wine per year, most of which originate from France.Hochar's dedication to producing fine wines in harrowing times earned him the title "father of Lebanese wine" and in 1984, Decanter magazine, an influential British wine publication, named Hochar its first "man of the year".
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