In China, archaeologists have discovered an ancient winery that was built about four centuries ago.
According to the Daily Mail, the discovery was made in Hebei province.
This winery was built between the late Ming and early Qing dynasty in Hengshui County. Its territory covers three thousand square meters.
Scientists managed to find the remains of tanks for the production of wine, a place for drying grapes and for distilling a drink. Fragments of metal, glass and ceramics were also found & ndash; the remains of the dishes in which the wine was stored.