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6,000-Year-Old Winemaking Site Found

Today, the media reported that archeologists in Armenia have unearthed the world’s oldest known winery. ¬†They think that the 6,000-year-old winemaking equipment, which includes a wine press and desiccated grape vines and seeds, was used to make special wines for funeral ceremonies held nearby. ¬†Very cool!

Read the full story on Time.com here.

Click here to learn about the winemaking process.

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