Stories of werewolves can be found as far back as history has been written. With some of the earliest accounts of werewolves coming from Romanian and Greek sources. Ovid, in the Metamorphoses, told King Lycaeon. Who was visited by passing gods. The King decided to test them, to see if they were real god, and served human flesh in one of the many dishes served at a banquet honor. Upon discovering the tainted dish, the gods were furious (cannibalism was frowned upon in that part of the world). They changed King Lycaeon into a werewolf - since he obviously liked human flesh, the wolf from would be a more acceptable form to take part in such vile activity.
Werewolves are easy to spot as they have serval common characteristics: red hair, eyebrows that join in the midd index and the middle fingers that are the same lenght, love of rare or raw meat, hairs on the palms of the hands and hair on the inside of the skin (a tough one to check!).
For a howling good time, even without a full moon, this wine will put hair on your palms!