LONDON — Wine is one of life's great joys. But, getting your hands on a decent glass without paying the earth isn't that easy.
Well, one vineyard in Italy has just answered our prayers by setting up a red wine fountain for pilgrims and wine lovers to enjoy for free.
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At the Dora Sarchese winery near Ortona — in the Abruzzo region of Italy — a wine fountain has just been unveiled for pilgrims walking the Cammino di San Tommaso which passes through the estate.
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The new wine fountain, which will be open to tourists and pilgrims travelling along the route of St Thomas, between Rome and Ortona, will serve up red wine 24/7 for free.
A vineyard on the Cammino di San Tommaso pilgrimage route between Rome and Ortona has installed a fountain that flows with locally produced red wine. And it’s free for anyone to drink.