Bacchus

In Ancient Roman mythology and culture Bacchus was the god of wine. Bacchus was always associated with grapes and wine and he was known as a god of extremes: from the giver of sensual pleasures, to more chaotic, destructive passions. Bacchus Greek equivalent is Dionysus.

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