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Making wine began as a hobby for the Geara family. Fadi Geara remembers when his father used to grow grapes on a tiny plot of land in Rashkida, a village nestled in the Batroun mountains. Maher Harb studied business in France before moving to Saudi Arabia for work. His connection to his father's land in Nahleh, however, never subsided. More than just business, the Sept winery is his way of bringing back to life the land his father used to cultivate before he died, when Harb was just 7 years old.One solution was offered by 209 Lebanese Wine, an online wine store launched in October 2016 that delivers over 45 brands to customers across Lebanon.
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