I'm always fascinated by this stuff. In Genesis we learn that the Ark came to rest in the mountains of Ararat. That's a particular region in the area of Turkey, Armenia and Georgia. The mountains of Ararat spread through the lower Caucuses, etc. After the flood, Noah came to reside in that land where he invented wine making. So it should come as no surprise that archeologists have found the first evidence of wine making in the region. Not to say Noah had anything to do with it, but just given the Bible you'd have to expect there'd be very early evidence of wine making in the region.