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The discovery of jars of wine in King Tuts tomb prompted a team of Spanish scientists to try and determine if the boy king preferred red or white wine.…Read More »









An analysis of residues in 2005 revealed that the jars contained syringic acid, which implied that the wine was made with red grapes.   Less «
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