Ancient wine history

Land Between Rivers: Wine and Trade in Ancient Mesopotamia

'Land Between Rivers': Wine and Trade in Ancient Mesopotamia and the Emergence of the World's First Writing System Human beings have been writing things down for a long time. However, there is a distinct […]

The Month of November

November 1345: Pinot Noir was first mentioned in written records. It was recorded as being grown in Burgundy. In 1470, monks from France introduced the grape to the Rheingau area in Germany, where it […]

Ancient Women and Wine

Throughout history, the world of wine has been predominantly dominated by men. However, women have always had a significant role in winemaking, even in ancient times. This article aims to explore the journey of […]


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