Aug 062020

Medieval ‘wine windows’ reopen, reviving Italian plague traditionThus, the “wine windows,” or buchette del vino, of Tuscany. They are just as they sound: pint-size hatches, carved into the concrete walls of urban wineries and shops, where beverage merchants would serve sips at a safe social distance.First introduced in the 1600s, their true purpose went untapped for centuries after the plague — that is, until a new one came along this year.Previously, previously, previously, previously.

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