The world’s oldest wine cellar

Archaeologists have discovered a 3700-year-old wine cellar in Tel Kabri, in the Galilee. Forty intact jars were found in the cellar, which dates to 1700 BCE. Each of the jars would have held fifty liters. The cellar is estimated to have held 2000 liters of the strong sweet wine.

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