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The spread of wine culture westwards was most probably due to the Phoenicians who spread outward from a base of city-states along the Mediterranean coast of what are today Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Palestine.The wines of Byblos were exported to Egypt during the Old Kingdom and then throughout the Mediterranean.A 2003 report by archaeologists indicates a possibility that grapes were mixed with rice to produce mixed fermented beverages in China in the early years of the seventh millennium BC.Pottery jars from the Neolithic site of Jiahu, Henan, contained traces of tartaric acid and other organic compounds commonly found in wine.In the snug basement, there’s Todd’s Wine Bar - the perfect place to relax and enjoy a delicious meal with new and old world wines in stylish surroundings.The two venues share one beautiful red sandstone building, dating back to 1869 and designed in art nouveau style.Many countries enact legal appellations intended to define styles and qualities of wine.
Now, city workers and tourists make space in their diaries to visit for entirely different reasons - with fine ales, wines and superb dining making it one of the City’s top pubs and bars.
It also has a rare collection of wines from the Massandra cellars in Ukraine dating back to 1924 which was built for the Tsar’s cousin in the 19th century and houses the biggest collection of wines in the world.
Owner and director Ibi Issolah hosts a monthly wine tasting dinner in the restaurant featuring top wines and elegantly crafted tasting menus.
Different varieties of grapes and strains of yeasts produce different styles of wine.
These variations result from the complex interactions between the biochemical development of the grape, the reactions involved in fermentation, the terroir, and the production process.