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The origin of the wine and legend
来自:未知时间:2012-12-20

According to archaeological data, the earliest cultivated grapes in the region between Asia Minor in the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea and the southern coast area。 About 7000 years ago, the South Caucasus, Central Asia, Syria, Iraq and other regions also began the cultivation of grapes。 In these regions, viticulture has gone through three stages, that collection of wild grape fruit stage, order destroyed the domestication of wild grapes, viticulture travelers and immigrants descendant, Egyptian and other regional stage。

Most historians believe that Persia (today Iran) was the first to make the wine country. Recent archaeological discoveries support this view. Xinhua News Agency reported June 6, 1996: Archaeologists digging out of a jar in the northern Zagros Mountains of Iran, a late Stone Age village, proved human in 7000 years ago, had been drinking wine, than previous archaeological discoveries in advance for two thousand years. Of Pennsylvania State University's McGovern said to the British "Nature" magazine article, this jar was produced in 5415 years BC, including remnants of wine and to prevent wine into vinegar resin.

A large number of precious cultural relics found in the tombs of Egypt (especially floating Beach) clearly depicts the scene when the ancient Egyptians cultivated, harvested grapes and making wine. The most famous is the tomb site Phtah-Hotep, 6O00 years of history, according to the exercises had been there. Western scholars believe that this is the beginning of the wine industry.

Europe earliest start growing grapes and winemaking country is Greece。 Travelers and conquerors of the territory of viticulture and brewing technology, from childhood brought to the island of Crete, Greece, Asia Minor and Egypt gradually throughout Greece and its various islands。 3OO0 years ago, the Greek viticulture has extremely prosperous。

The 6th century BC, the origin of the wine of the Asia Minor Greeks by the Marseille Port descendant Gaul (now France), and viticulture and winemaking to pass the Gauls.

Viticulture and winemaking techniques learned from the Greeks, the Romans, and soon the general promotion of the Italian peninsula。 Roman times, grapes planted very common, "Roman Law" (12-wood table method Twelve Tables, promulgated regulations in 450 BC): burglary in the vineyards, will impose tough penalties。

With the expansion of the Roman Empire, viticulture and winemaking techniques quickly spread throughout France, Spain, North Africa, and Germany Levin bacteria River basin region, and the formation of a large scale。 Until today, these areas are still important grape and wine producing areas。


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