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The first floor of the Four Seasons Hotel in Beirut was transformed into a Little Italy Wednesday night thanks to the Italian Embassy and the country's Trade Agency.Wines, cheeses, pasta, Aperol spritzes and other hallmarks of Italy's culinary exports were laid out for tasting and Lebanese importers and distributors joined in workshops with food and beverage representatives -- with more than 100 Italian producers showing off over 400 types of products -- as part of the first Italian Wine Workshop. It was an introduction to Italian wine for some, a welcome visit with some old friends for the Italian wine initiates.With acumen and eloquence, Peira navigated the broad terrain of Italian wine, representing the diverse range that marks Italy as the largest wine producer in the world.
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