The Old, Old World of Wine | March 7 | 6:30-8pm

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Inside Plum Market Ann Arbor North Campus
3601 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
 

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Wine has been around for a very, very long time. Ancient fruit-lovers started saving grape bunches in large containers, and because their weight and soft skins the ones at the bottom would burst and start to ferment naturally, a method of winemaking still used today. Some of the oldest evidence of wine production is evident within a cave in Armenia, but wine consumption goes far back in other places like China, Georgia, Iran, Turkey, Greece, and the Levant. Georgia in particular has gained relevance recently as a source of “natural wines”, a trendy phenomenon, by using centuries-old methods. Join us for an exciting exploration of the old, old world, the wines of Georgia, Armenia, Lebanon, and Israel, made by both modern and traditional methods.

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Wine has been around for a very, very long time. Ancient fruit-lovers started saving grape bunches in large containers, and because their weight and soft skins the ones at the bottom would burst and start to ferment naturally, a method of winemaking still used today. Some of the oldest evidence of wine production is evident within a cave in Armenia, but wine consumption goes far back in other places like China, Georgia, Iran, Turkey, Greece, and the Levant. Georgia in particular has gained relevance recently as a source of “natural wines”, a trendy phenomenon, by using centuries-old methods. Join us for an exciting exploration of the old, old world, the wines of Georgia, Armenia, Lebanon, and Israel, made by both modern and traditional methods.