Morocco is a unique Muslim country, which produces a large number of wines, although all of them are mostly exported or sold only to tourists. The centers of winemaking are: Casablanca, Marrakech, Roulie and Meknes. Vines of different varieties are grown here: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Senso, Carignac, Grenache, Chasla and others. They make quite pleasant wines with a refreshing taste. The bouquet of Moroccan wines consists of notes of sweet fruit, bitter chocolate, tobacco and several kinds of spices. Moroccan wines pair with chicken, vegetable salads, couscous, chickpea dishes, lamb, lentil soup, veal, glazed quail, fish, seafood, dried fruits and desserts.