The origins of wine predate written records, and modern archaeology is still uncertain about the details of the first cultivation of wild grapevines. In this fascinating workshop we travel through the past to the present to see what has changed and what has remained the same.
It has been hypothesized that early humans climbed trees to pick berries, liked their sugary flavor, and then begun collecting them. After a few days with fermentation setting in, juice at the bottom of any container would begin producing low-alcohol wine. According to this theory, things changed around 10.000-8000 BC with the transition from a nomadic to a sedentism style of living, which led to agriculture and wine domestication. This workshop requires 15 people to be held off site.