Egypt’s Grands Crus … Rediscovered!

Recent archaeological digs on Egypt’s northern coast have uncovered ancient wine-producing facilities dating back to the times of Ptolemy. This region, Beheira, in ancient times, was known for producing the finest wines in Egypt.

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