Huge, Ancient Winery Unearthed In Central Israel

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Archaeologists have discovered a huge, 1,500-year-old winery in Israel that could have produced up to 2.5 million bottles of wine a year at the height of the Byzantine era. NBC News’ Raf Sanchez reports from Yavne, Israel. 

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