A History of Wine in America, Volume 1: From the Beginnings to Prohibition by Thomas Pinney. Save 1 Off!. $36.60. Publication: September 17, 2007. Publisher: University of California Press; 2nd Revised edition edition (September 17, 2007)
When the Romans first arrived in northern Europe they were dismissive of beer, with Caesar writing a poem in which he argued the grain-based beverage smelled of goat, but as they eventually acquired a taste for it, even building their own breweries. They regarded beer as a gift from Ceres, the goddess of agriculture. It was a potion that imparted strength, ’vis’ to the drinker, so cerevisia was literally a gift of strength from the goddess. Praise indeed from a bunch of wine drinkers.
One small step for grapes: the history of wine in space
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The 8,000 Year History Of Wine Transport And Storage
Read the 8,000 year history of how we store and transport wine around the world. Learn about clay amphora in Ancient Greece & Egypt, the happy accidental adoption of the oak barrel by the Romans, and the 6,000 gallon plastic bags of wine we move around the world's oceans!