Oldest wine cellar discovered

Israeli and American archaeologists have uncovered what may have been the world's oldest wine cellar in the Galilee, Business Standard reports. The cellar is estimated to be about 3,700 years old and to have held up to 2,000 liters of strong, sweet wine.

Forty intact jars were found in the cellar, which dates as far back at 1700 BCE. Each of  the jars would have held fifty liters of wine. The cellar is located in the Tel Kabri ruins, which are off of Kibbutz Kabri, a village near Nahariya.