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The history of the human wines of Casa Grande, in its own way, began when Juan, great-grandfather of the oenologist Florencia De Maio, arrived from a small fishing village near Nápoli
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April 29, 2022 at 9:25 p.m.
in cannelloni, in Rincón de Carrasco –10 minutes from the airport–, “human wines” are produced (This is how those who make them define them). They are wines that, in addition to the optimal quality conferred by what is obtained from the vines and the winemaking process, have an additional charm. It is what is called “the fourth terroir”.
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