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CLAY TO WIN

he use of clay in winemaking dates back more than 8,000 years to the nation of Georgia, where pots called were used to age wine underground. Similar have roots around the Mediterranean, while egg-shaped vessels called are linked to Spain. Amphorae, smaller jars, trace origins to ancient Greece and Rome.

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