1 Jan 600 Jahr v. Chr. - Property-owning classes in Athens are categorized by their Vineyards.
By the sixth century B.C.E., the property-owning classes in Athens were categorized according to their Vineyard holdings: The lowest class had less than seven acres, and the next three classes owned around ten, fifteen, twenty-five acres. In short, in Athens and in the Mediterranean wine became wealth.(pg. 54)
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The Historical Timeline of Wine