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亚美尼亚红酒历史History of Armenian wines
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 亚美尼亚红酒历史History of Armenian wines 

亚美尼亚不仅以红酒的发源地著称,同时也将野生葡萄培育成为现代品种。这种说法既在圣经中有所记载也以考古发现作为证明。
根据《旧约》记载,诺亚方舟到达阿拉拉特山顶的安息地后,洪水褪去,诺亚和他的儿子来到了一片山谷,这就是后来的亚美尼亚。在发现了这片有着肥沃土壤的特殊地带后,他们种下葡萄成为了酿酒的第一个人。

世界上最古老的酒庄

2010年,在瓦约茨佐尓地区的阿里尼一号山洞群中有考古学家发现的残留物中经过碳元素放射法已经可以充分证明:亚美尼亚具有世界最古老的葡萄酒酿造工艺,足可以追溯到6100年前。在此处遗迹发现的葡萄皮,葡萄籽和许多已经风干的葡萄酒,都被证实属于酿酒葡萄(Vitis Venifra )品种。
这种葡萄是最常用的酿酒品种,目前世界上大部分的葡萄酒都选用这种葡萄酿造,在周边地区也能找到这些葡萄的原始根。

在埃列布尼(Erebouni)城堡进行的考古发掘,发现了一块古代岩石,上面描绘了公元前8世纪以前的葡萄种植和酿酒技术的执行过程。希腊历史学家希罗多德和斯特拉波,色诺芬认为:事实上,这种做法在古代早就被使用而且十分普遍。

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The history of Armenian wines

Known as the «birthplace of wine», Armenia is the acknowledged site of the origins, as well as domestication of the wild grape to its cultivated contemporary form. This designation has both a biblical testimony and an archeological //confirm/i/iation.
According to the «Old Testament», Noah’s Arc came to the rest at the peak of Mount Ararat. As the water subsided, Noah and his sons journeyed down to valleys of modern day Armenia, and upon recognition of the fertile soil in this unique terrain, they planted the first wines.

The World’s Oldest Winery

In 2010, carbon dating from remains discovered by archeologists in the Areni-1 Cave complex, in the Vayots Dzor region definitely proved Armenia to be the site of the world’s oldest - known wine production facility, dating back to 6,100 years.
The remains of grapes, seeds, and dozens of dried vines were also found in this location, all of the genus species Vitis Venifera. Known as the «common grape vine», most wines produced in the world today are of this variety and have their originating roots in the surrounding regions.

Archeological excavations in the town - fortress Erebouni unfolded ancient rock inscriptions that referenced Armennian viticulture and enology as developed practices from 8th century B.C. In fact, it was a practice that was long established and popularly recognized in ancient times, referenced also by the Greek historians Herodotus, Strabo, and Xenophon.