Drinking like a Scythian

Drinking like a Scythian Spirits of the Steppe: Scythian Drinking Culture In the vast tapestry of the Eurasian steppe, the Scythians emerge as a nomadic mosaic, a confluence of tribes tracing their origins to modern-day Iran. Between 900 and 200 BCE, they roamed...

The Visier Rod

The Visier Rod Kepler’s Revolutionary Work: A New Era in Wine Barrel Measurement The work “Nova stereometria doliorum vinariorum”  by Johannes Kepler from the year 1615 marks a turning point in the history of barrel measurement, where the practical...

Bacchanalia

Bacchanalia An ancient Roman festival venerating the God of Wine Bacchanalia, an ancient Roman festival venerating Bacchus, the god of wine and fertility, stands as a vibrant testament to the intertwining of revelry, culture, and mythology. The festival was inspired...

The Mystery Drink Shedeh

The Mystery Drink Shedeh Unlocking the Mysteries of Shedeh: Ancient Egypt’s Enigmatic Drink Revealed For centuries, Shedeh, an ancient Egyptian beverage, shrouded itself in mystery, leaving scholars worldwide debating its origin. Was it a pomegranate wine or...