Canevino, wines and corkscrews

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Canevino is a small town in the Upper Oltrepò Pavese and here wine is a thing! From the monument devoted to Saint Colombanus to the Museum of corkscrews, everything here reminds the old tradition of wine-making and the great passion for wine. Come nearby to taste some great Pinot Noir, Bonarda, Buttafuoco, Moscato, Riesling.

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