Florence Reopens Historic Wine Windows

Florence Reopens Historic Wine Windows
The wine is carefully defenestrated before serving: three buchette, one active. (Associazione Culturale Buchette del Vino)
From the Nov 30, 2019, issue

The Italian city's Renaissance-era buchette are being revived by a local cultural association.

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