Arinarnoa

Arinarnoa is a human-made wine grape. First conceived in the 1950s in the south of France, it is a combination of Merlot and Petit Verdot. It was used a lot in the Languedoc and Provence regions but now you will find some of it in most placed, with Lebanon leading the way at fifty-four percent. 

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