The Story of AURORA began in the Lebanese village of Rachkedde near Batroun, in which the family Geara lived and worked. They began to produce olive oil, Arak and other alcoholic drinks from grapes together with other inhabitants. The name AURORA comes from the neighbouring village Aoura, in which their vineyards were planted and cultivated since 2003. They are located above the Nahr el Jawz river. The especially suited their winery since it can be associated to the French word "l'aurore", which means light before sunrise and after sunset.
A slight dark red colour with a soft and fresh nose.The body is discrete and mildly fruity with a red fruit dominance. The attack is wide and well-balanced on the palate, with a crisp full-bodied and powerful finish.