Sept Winery lies high above the historic Lebanese coastal town of Batroun, at the end of a winding mountain road flanked by oak trees on one side and panoramic views over green valleys on the other. The air up there is crisp, a little dry, redolent with the smells of wild aromatic herbs—thyme, sage, oregano—and alive with the chirping of birds and crickets. The setting offers perfect conditions for Maher Harb, the owner of Sept, Lebanon’s only biodynamic winery, to This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty-One Buy Now Related Stories Travel Kinfolk Travel Slower ways to see the world. Travel A Cruise Along England’s Canals England’s Grand Union Canal will lead you from West London to central Birmingham, past all that is green and pleasant about this isle. Travel The Ferry to Orcas Island Arrive to Orcas Island via ferry and you’ll disembark feeling calm, curious and ready to embrace the slow drift into island time. Travel A Swiss Cable Car Safari Sail up into the sky on one of Switzerland's tiny rope trains, and discover the heady pleasures of higher pastures. Travel Tuscany The secret world of truffle hunting. Travel Iwate Prefecture Capturing the sounds of a folkloric forest.