TRADITION SUGGESTS wine-making began in the middle east, while some experts say Africa, or China. They are mistaken. Recent archaeology informs us that wine was first produced, intentionally and in quantity, in the land between the Prut and Dnister rivers in what is now eastern Europe - sometime before 7,000 B.C. That birthplace of the winemaker's art - cradled by Romania to the west and Ukraine to the east - is Moldova, where a history of fierce devotion produced wines that conquered the world, long, long, ago.
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