The release led to the rosé wine direct from the faucet

Some residents in the northern town of Castelvetro got enough of a glass of rosé or two here the other day. They had at least enough of it. because of an er

The release led to the rosé wine direct from the faucet

Some residents in the northern town of Castelvetro got enough of a glass of rosé or two here the other day. They had at least enough of it. because of an er

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
15 mart 2020 Sunday 19:00
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The release led to the rosé wine direct from the faucet

Some residents in the northern town of Castelvetro got enough of a glass of rosé or two here the other day.

They had at least enough of it.

because of an error at a local winery poured rosévinen Lambrusco out in the water pipes. Therefore be able to twenty households in a few hours on Wednesday, just open the faucet and take a glass. It was even possible for them to take a bath in the Lambrusco.

The local authorities in the city made clear in a posting on Facebook that the spill posed no health hazard.

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the Incident created a moment of amusement in an otherwise tough time, where especially northern Italy is hit by the coronavirus.

- At a time where there is very little to smile about, then I am glad that we have provided a little amusement to others. Hopefully they will remember us one day and come and visit us, says Giorgia Mezzacqui, the deputy mayor of Castelvetro, to CNN.

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According to the winery Cantina Settecani it was a defective valve within aftapningsrørene, which caused the leak. This resulted in the wine Lambrusco Grasparossa, a local specialty, got out in the city's water pipes because of the pressure.

- Many appreciated the release. Some clients have phoned us and warned us, while they told me that they would fill the wine in the bottle, says Fabrizio Amorotti, sales manager at Cantina Settecani.

the Town of Castelvetro is located in the heart of the region of Emilia-Romagna, which is usually a destination for food and wine lovers from all over the world. Since the coronavirus broke out in Italy, the tourism industry experienced a part cancellations, inform viceborgmesteren.

- Small towns such as Castelvetro is the engine, which gets an extraordinary nation to run, but now we need all the help we can get, and she says to CNN.

Updated: 15.03.2020 19:00
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