Grape seeds dating back to medieval and Roman periods share many similarities with the wine grapes we enjoy today.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
Archaeologists reveal the "sweet, strong" flavor of ancient booze, and wonder whether they might be able to recreate it.
SOURCE: The Guardian
Archeologists in Italy have set about making red wine exactly as the ancient Romans did, to see what it tastes like.
For decades, Nelson Mandela's name has been synonymous with political reform and the struggle against South African apartheid.Now with the launch of House of Mandela Wines, his daughter and granddaughter hope to add fine wine to the list of associations.It's a sign of just how far both the wine industry and the country have come since 1994, when apartheid was dismantled and Mandela was elected the nation's first black president...
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