Amphora wines embody the magic of an age-old tradition . In fact, this ancient practice dates back to prehistoric times and is still a widespread occurrence in Georgia and Armenia, where the vine was first cultivated in the mists of time. Terracotta jars are therefore the oldest known enological containers, used for both winemaking and storage, before being forgotten in modern times throughout the West. In the last few decades, as the search for the most traditional and genuine production methods possible has continued, they have been rediscovered all over the world. This trend was inaugurated in Europe by Josko Gravner in 1996 and is now in continuous expansion, resulting in the creation of very special and unique products.