If you're a fan of aged wines, you may want to check out a rare collection of centuries-old alcohol found in New Jersey. An employee at Liberty Hall Museum in Union stumbled across the old bottles when they opened crates that were lying around in the cellar. Among the findings were a Madeira wine from 1796 and glass jugs with spirits from the 1820s. Madeira wine was popular during the time because it doesn't usually spoil and can be shipped long distances while preserving its taste. The owners of the museum say they haven't decided whether they'll open the booze. Wine experts say the alcohol could be worth anywhere from ten-thousand to 25-thousand dollars per bottle.