In Yavne, archaeologists have uncovered a huge wine factory from 1,500 years ago, the largest known from the Byzantine period. The Israel Antiquities Authority says that the plant produced two million liters of wine a year that were exported throughout the ancient world. The site includes  five wine presses, warehouses to age the wine and furnaces for making wine jugs. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more about the discovery from Dr. Jon Seligman an archaeologist with the Israel Antiquities Authority and one of the directors of the excavation.