If you are fond of wine, you must know about it. Knowing the history of wine can surely fascinate you about consuming wine. Though, it is not mandatory for you to know about wine, but, if you love wine, you should know about it to, just for some general information.
There are a lot of people in the UK, who are fond of wine, and among them, 76% of them consume wine, on a regular basis. But, if you ask them about the history of wine, most of them will remain numb, as they just know the fun of consuming it, without knowing further details about it.
Old day wine
But, in the old days, wine was completely different from which you consume today. It was not prepared through machines, but was prepared from fruits, and the taste was completely different. You may argue that the wine in present day is much better than that of the old days, but it is a matter of argument, with no one to be the winner.
First wine consumption
According to the archeologists, consumption of wine dated back to 7000 BC, in China, and it was in 6000 BC, that archeologists found consumption of wine in Georgia. The evidence of wine consumption varies from country to country according to the archeologists. Due to lack of communication in the ancient age, the matter of wine did not spread quite fast.
Though, the first wine which was discovered in China, but no wine producing place or winery was found in that place. It was in Armenia that the first winery was found, and it is imagined, that it dated back to the year 4100 BC. A lot of items like wine press, numerous jars and fermentation vats were found at the sight.
Consumption of wine
In the old days, wine was consumed in clay cups, according to the archeologists, in similar cups, which they used to consume water in those days. You can find more info about consumption of wine in the pre-historic age, on Twelve by seventy five.
The preparation process
Though, it is not possible to know the way, wine was prepared in the pre-historic ages, but it is imagined, wine in those days was prepared from rotten fruits and vegetables, and they were processed by some way of the other, for the formation of wine. It can be said, wine in those days were prepared by heating those fruits and vegetables artificially, to make them go rotten, quite fast.