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These Wine Grapes Listened to Mozart, to Their Benefit

A taste of black cherry, leather, and just a hint of G minor? In the hills of Montalcino in Tuscany, winemaker Giancarlo Cignozzi has, for more than a decade, been playing Mozart 24 hours of day to a section of Sangiovese grapes growing in his vineyard, reports CBS News. At...
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