Monday, July 19, 2004

Oldest U.S. Wine Cellar Discovered,1145,2540,00.html
"Apparently there was a law in 1636 that made it illegal to sell wine in bottles,"   -  Seems like the wholesaler network was active even 350 years ago.  The original colonies were probably forbidden from shipping wine directly between them, they would need a wholesaler to be certain that young Puritans didn't order alcohol when they were underage.
The Archaeoligists also uncovered an original text of a study from Motto/Kryla/Fisher in which Vic Motto is quoted:  "This shall be a tremendous year for the small, luxury wineries of Jamestown.  We forecasteth nought but tremendous growth.  All indications of a down market are witchcraft and the work of Satan!"


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