Results for: “amphora”
Amphora: A ceramic vessel (typically made of earthenware such as clay or terra cotta and sometimes lined with wax or resin) used to make, age and store wine. For millennia, amphorae were the most popular vessels for storing wine; the earliest known examples date to around 6,000 B.C.
Qvevri: An egg-shaped type of amphora from the country of Georgia. See Amphora.