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O vinho e a origem do Carnaval A história do Carnaval coincide com a do vinho. A ligação entre os dois se daria na época da Grécia antiga, onde festas que originaram o Carnaval aconteciam em homenagem a Dionísio (ou Baco). Ele era filho de Zeus com uma mortal e ficou conhecido como o Deus do vinho, após descobrir a bebida e ser responsável pela realização de festas ao redor do mundo e, consequentemente, pela divulgação do que hoje chamamos de Carnaval...

O vinho e a origem do Carnaval

O vinho e a origem do Carnaval A história do Carnaval coincide com a do vinho. A ligação entre os dois se daria na época da Grécia antiga, onde festas que originaram o Carnaval aconteciam em homenagem a Dionísio (ou Baco). Ele era filho de Zeus com uma mortal e ficou conhecido como o Deus do vinho, após descobrir a bebida e ser responsável pela realização de festas ao redor do mundo e, consequentemente, pela divulgação do que hoje chamamos de Carnaval...

Ancient Greece is well known for its Wine, there's a lot of reference to it. New study suggest that Beer may have been as Common in Ancient Greece as Wine.

The Ancient Greeks also Drank Beer

Ancient Greece is well known for its Wine, there's a lot of reference to it. New study suggest that Beer may have been as Common in Ancient Greece as Wine.

Read the 8,000 year history of how we store and transport wine around the world. Learn about clay amphora in Ancient Greece & Egypt, the happy accidental adoption of the oak barrel by the Romans, and the 6,000 gallon plastic bags of wine we move around the world's oceans!

The 8,000 Year History Of Wine Transport And Storage

Read the year history of how we store and transport wine around the world, from clay amphora to the wooden barrel to giant plastic Flexitanks.

Beer in Ancient Greece

Was There Beer in Ancient Greece?

While beer was around during the time of Ancient Greece, the Ancient Greeks are known more for their production and consumption of wine than of beer.

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Taste of Greece is Ouzo, a traditional Greek alcoholic beverage. The concept from Dolphins // Communication Design was to embody Greece and all its traditions.

A History Of The World In Six Glasses by Tom Standage - <3 Tea <3 Cocktails <3 London Pride <3 Scotch

As Tom Standage relates with authority and charm, six drinks have had a surprisingly pervasive influence on the course of history, becoming the defining drink during a pivotal historical period.

Greek Wine: A Guide To The Wines Of Greece| Lemon & Olives | Greek Food & Culture Blog

Greek Wine: A Guide To The Wines Of Greece

Greek wine is on the popularity rise. Types of Greek wine are vast and inclldue many different wines. Some going back to ancient greek wine and the god of wine, Dionysus.

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Kottabos player flinging wine-dregs (Attic red-figure kylix, c.

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Wine Mixing Traditions

Wine Roads of Macedonia - Kylix, the most common drinking vessel in ancient Greece, c.

The Vix Krater, an imported Greek wine-mixing vessel found in the famous grave of the Lady of Vix late  Hallstatt  or   celtic?  '

La Tène culture: La Tène is a village on the northern shore of Lake Neuchâtel, Switzerland. It is both an archaeological site and the eponymous site for the late Iron Age La Tène culture, also spelt "Latène" or "La-Tène".

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