Monselice: Lispida Castle

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In the Castel of Lispida, surrounded by the foothills of Monselice, is produced a totally natural wine with an archaic method dated back to three thousand years ago. A perfect example of innovation in reverse!
 
► Visit Lispida Castle official webiste: http://www.lispida.com/
► Read the travel diary on Italia Slow Tour: http://bit.ly/villevenete-tour
► Veneto itineraries on Italia Slow Tour: http://bit.ly/italiaslowtour-veneto
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