Scientists discover 8,000-year-old wine bottles in Georgia (page 2)

NewsExcavations in the Republic of Georgia uncovered evidence of the earliest winemaking anywhere in the world. The discovery dates the origin of the practice to the Neolithic period around 6,000 BC.Contributed Author: University of TorontoTopics: Archaeology

Scientists discover 8,000-year-old wine bottles in Georgia

Scientists led by the Georgian National Museum believe the practice of crushing grapes to produce wine started in the South Caucasus region between Europe and western Asia.

Mon 13 Nov 17 from Daily Mail

Earliest Evidence of Winemaking Discovered in Ancient Middle East

NewsExcavations in the Republic of Georgia uncovered evidence of the earliest winemaking anywhere in the world. The discovery dates the origin of the practice to the Neolithic period around ...

Tue 14 Nov 17 from Laboratory Equipment

Talk about vintage: Pottery shards show 8,000-year-old wine

NEW YORK (AP) -- Talk about vintage wine: Pieces of broken pottery found in the nation of Georgia provide the earliest known evidence for the origins of today's winemaking industry....

Mon 13 Nov 17 from AP

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