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'''Wyne Greke''' ([[Middle English]]) refers to Greek Wine (according to the Hieatt and Butler [[Forme of Cury]]), a sweet [[wine]] that actually came from [[Italy]].
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'''Wyne Greke''' ([[Middle English]]) refers to Greek Wine (according to the Hieatt and Butler [[Forme of Cury]]), a sweet [[wine]] that actually came from [[Italy]]. The Italian tradition of making "Greek" wine goes back to ancient times, when these wines were first made in imitation of Greek wine.
 
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Latest revision as of 18:56, 6 December 2008

Wyne Greke (Middle English) refers to Greek Wine (according to the Hieatt and Butler Forme of Cury), a sweet wine that actually came from Italy. The Italian tradition of making "Greek" wine goes back to ancient times, when these wines were first made in imitation of Greek wine.