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Winemaker uses bizarre tactic to improve his grapes

A winemaker in Tuscany, Italy has implemented an unusual approach to cultivating his grapes. A recent CBS News report states that Giancarlo Cignozzi plays classical music in his fields because "...he found the vines closer to the music grew bigger and toward the source of the sound." The experiment began sometime after the former lawyer bought the crumbling Paradiso di Frassina property in 1999 and decided to integrate his passion for music into the project.
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