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1668

Age of what historians suspect is the oldest bottle of wine in the world. Dating back to 350 A.D., the bottle was discovered in the 1860s buried in a Roman nobleman’s grave near the German city of Speyer. While the contents inside the bottle remain liquid—thanks to some olive oil and the bottle’s wax sealant, according to The Daily Mail—this vintage may be a bit past its prime.

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