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I'll Drink To That: Cristiano Garella of Colombera & Garella Winery

Episode 381 of I'll Drink to That! was released recently and features Cristiano Garella, a partner in the Alto Piemonte's Colombera & Garella winery, as well as a consultant for many other wineries in that region of Italy. Cristiano Garella is a powerhouse in the Alto Piemonte today, as a partner in one up and coming producer there and a consultant to many, many others, he is working in almost every sub-region of the zone.
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