The world’s first winemakers were living on the territory of modern Georgia 8 thousand years ago. To such conclusion the canadian scientists from the University of Toronto based on chemical analysis of pottery, found in the Caucasus.
Previously, it was assumed that the true birthplace of wine was Iran. There were found traces of ancient wine-making dated to the fifth Millennium BC. Now found out that by the time Georgia made wine for thousands of years.
Previously, we reported that the international us-Chinese research group has determined where it first appeared prolific Apple tree. According to researchers, the first time the apples have begun to spread in Kazakhstan and the Chinese mountains. Later merchants travelling the nearby silk road, we spread them on different needles of Europe and Asia, which led to the creation of many new varieties.