Which country has been making wine for over eight thousand years?

A. Greece

B. India

C. Egypt

D. Georgia


Some of the world’s earliest sites of grapevine domestication and winemaking are in what is today the Republic of Georgia. (Similar sites are in present day Turkey, Iran, Armenia, and Azerbaijan). Modern day wine regions throughout Georgia are planted with native varieties, like rkatsiteli and saperavi, as well as international varieties, like cabernet sauvignon.

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