Researches Found Evidence of the Oldest Winemaking Site in the World
9 days ago - By Vine Pair
It's well known that humans have been consuming wine for thousands of years. Exactly how many years, however, has been up for debate - until now. The oldest evidence of wine making - dating back to 6,000 B.C. - was recently found in the country of Georgia, according to the New York Times .
The find was made by Patrick McGovern, a molecular archeologist from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology. He has extensive experience researching the origins of winemaking, and while examining the remains of two villages from the Neolithic Era, he and his team found clay...
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