New Jersey Museum Finds Hidden Wine Cellar


THROUGHOUT THAT AREA. WELL, A MUSEUM IN NEW JERSEY DISCOVERS A HIDDEN COLLECTION EVERY WINE, SPIRITS AND CIGARS, AS ALMOST AS OLD AS THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. YES, EMPLOYEES FOUND THE CELLAR IN THE BASEMENT OF THE LIBERTY HALL MUSEUM IN UNION TOWNSHIP. ONCE THE HOME OF NEW JERSEY FIRST GOVERNOR, WILLIAM LIVING STONE. INSIDE THE CELLAR, STAFF MEMBERS FOUND SOME AGED WINE LIKE BOTTLE OF MADIRA FROM 1796. COLONIAL TIMES IN AMERICA. SO TO GET ANYTHING DECENT YOU HAD TO SHIP IT FROM EUROPE. IT TRAVELS WELL, EASY TO BRING IT ACROSS THE OWN AND, FAVORITE DRINK EVERY PEOPLE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS JEFFERSON, THE FOLKS, THE LIVING STONE’S AND THE CANE’S, VERY POPULAR AT THEIR TABLE. THEY THINK THE CELLAR BOARDED UP DURING PROHIBITION TIMES, JIM DONOVAN, BEFORE YOU GET YOUR HOPES UP, SORRY THE BOTTLES WILL BE KEPT AS ARTIFACT. SO YOU CAN’T HAVE ANY. YOU KNOW ME, I WOULD GO FOR

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