This is the first wooden wine-bottle sketch ever created in the world, thanks to a team of engineers at Stanford University.
In the photo, a group of people have been building wooden wine bottles for nearly two years.
The bottles are all about 12 centimetres tall, and each one is made from wood and painted in a unique way.
The first wooden wines were created in China in the early 1900s, and in the 1920s, wine makers there started making their own wooden wine barrels and glassware.
The researchers say they hope the project will encourage people to think differently about what wood can be used for, and will help them to make more efficient wine production.
“We hope that by doing this, the design process will lead to the development of more efficient and sustainable production methods,” said lead author Andrew G. Wang, a professor of materials science and engineering at Stanford.
They also hope that their work will inspire others to start creating their own wine barrels.
A previous version of this article incorrectly described the number of people involved in the project.
The researchers are now working to fix that error.