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The 6500 years old winemaking way of Neolithic Greece described by Archaeobotany

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Wine was made in Europe as early as 4200 B.C, in Northern Greece as the findings of  the joint Greek-French excavation team in a Neolithic house dating to 4500 B.C. has shown. Scientific analysis proved that the grapes had been pressed, based on findings  of tartaric acid  in the vessels, in addition to carbonized grape pips and their skins  The grape pips and skins indicate that the grapes had been pressed

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