We drink basically the same wine as ancient Romans -- and that's not so great

An engraving shows Galla Placidia (390-450).
An engraving shows Galla Placidia (390-450), daughter of Roman Emperor Theodosius I, in captivity. New research shows that in some cases, we are drinking almost the exact same wine that Roman emperors did -- our pinot noir and syrah grapes are "siblings" of the ancient Roman varieties.