Georgia, the country at the intersection of Europe and Asia, is the “cradle” of winemaking – wine was first produced in what is now Georgia some 8,000 years ago and it happened by accident!
Grape juice seeped into an underground clay pit and naturally fermented into wine. UNESCO has listed the traditional Georgian winemaking method – in a clay jar, or vessel called a Qvevri – on its truly bizarrely named category called “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity”!!
Please find link which comes with some chart topping, foot tapping, sing-a-longa music! Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity