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Wine is most often a partner for food, but Thursday night saw a different kind of pairing that brought together wine and a charitable cause in an event to raise much-needed funds for a Lebanese nonprofit.Entitled "Batroun vs. Bekaa," the event was the scene of a showdown between Lebanon's two wine-producing powerhouses, and some of Lebanon's most prized wines were on display.With more than 50 wineries in Lebanon, producing upwards of 250 different bottles, Beirutis are spoiled for choice, yet many of even the nation's finest wine are not well known – even within the areas in which they are produced.
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