Tunisia has a long and rich history of winemaking, dating back over 2,000 years to the time of the Carthaginians. Today, Tunisia is one of the largest wine-producing countries in North Africa, with vineyards spanning across several regions of the country, including the north, east, and center.

The primary grape varietals grown in Tunisia include Carignan, Grenache, and Syrah for red wines, and Muscat, Clairette, and Chenin Blanc for white wines. Tunisian winemakers are known for producing a range of wine styles, including dry red and white wines, as well as sweet wines like Muscat de Carthage and fortified wines like Bokobsa.

Despite its long history of winemaking, the Tunisian wine industry has faced many challenges in recent years, including political instability and changing attitudes towards alcohol in the predominantly Muslim country. However, there are signs of hope for the future, with some wineries investing in modern technology and techniques to improve the quality of their wines, as well as focusing on promoting Tunisia’s unique winemaking heritage to a global audience.