One of my fantasies has come true, but alas — for somebody else, not for me. Slashfood explains:
When a woman in Marino, a small Italian town south of Rome, turned on her kitchen tap, she got a spurt of wine instead of water. "Miracolo!" she shouted, and ran outside to tell others.
Word quickly spread, and soon residents all over town were filling bottles and containers with Frascati, the local white wine made from trebbiano and malvasia grapes.
It turns out the wine [continue]
The Telegraph has more on the story: Wine flowing from Italian taps is hailed as a miracle.
Yes, I’ll bet it was a rousing festival full of good cheer–and lots of wine.