Clos de Cana, Vineyard of Cana, lies at the very heart of Mount Lebanon, in Ras el Harf area, 1000 meters above sea level and 18 kilometers from Beirut; it enjoys 3200 hours of sunshine per year. Clos de Cana overlooks the valley eloquently celebrated by Alphonse de Lamartine (1790-1869) in his Voyage en Orient, and gratefully named Lamartine Valley after his description. The vineyard stretches over ancient terraced slopes and enjoys an ideal climate. The finest varieties of French grapes and the refined Mediterranean varieties are grown on its limestone clayey-stony soil.
The outcome of this God-given gift and human design at work is a dense, lively and perfumed wine with unique standing on wine-typing. The variety of Clos de Cana wines reliably portrays the very features of their nurturing environment. Each type of wine reflects the truthfulness of Lebanese mountains as well as the state-of-the-art manufacturing set up.
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