2,000-year-old wine


BEIJING: A two-millennia-old bottle of light green rice wine excavated in northern China is causing a sensation in the academic community, even if it may have passed its expiry date. 

The archaeologists who found it in Xian – home to the famous terracotta warriors – do not plan to drink it anyway but have stored it in a glass container for further study, Xinhua news agency reported yesterday. – AFP.

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