Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Info about Cantine Aperte (29 May 2011) in Abruzzo and the rest of Italy


Here are some links about Cantine Aperte in Abruzzo and the rest of Italy:

  • In some regions of Italy, Cantine Aperte is a two day event
  • Some of the dates on the web site of Movimento Turismo del Vino and in its regional member's section or on their respective web sites have NOT been updated for 2011 but show previous years and dates.

* = Blog entry has been updated.

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That's it for Wednesday, X Xber 2011: mercoledì, X Xbre 2011

Ciao, Ben

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Today’s quote is an Italian proverb in dialect from the Abruzzo region, author unknown. Source of proverb: Folk Sayings on Eating and Drinking section of Italy Revisited by Mary Melfi

"La votte piccule fa lu vi' bone."

LITERALLY: "The small barrel makes good wine."
MEANING: "If you can't afford to make a lot a wine, you'll appreciate the little you have."

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