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Liberty Hall President John Kean told the site that he knew of the collection, but couldn’t have imagined it would be this historically significance.

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A New Jersey museum unearthed dozens lost wines that date back to just after the American Revolution — including the largest known collection of Madeira in the country, according to a report.

Staff at the Liberty Hall Museum, located at Kean University in Union, were working on a six-month restoration project of its wine cellar when they found almost three cases of Madeira wine from 1796 and about 42 demijohns from the 1820s, reported.

“We have about six different versions of Madeira that was [drunk] because Madeira was the drink of gentleman,” Bill Schroh Jr., director of operations at Liberty Hall, told the site.

Madeira was the best wine to ship during that time period because it rarely spoiled, he explained.

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