Torchio of Ca d'Mutal - Ludiano - rear
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Torchio of Ca d'Mutal - Ludiano - rear

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In Ticino esistono diversi torchi a leva ma quello di Cat’Mutal è uno dei più grandi con una leva di circa 10 m.

Il torchio veniva usato da famiglie comproprietarie con regole di gestione precise.

Il torchio di Cat’Mutal è uno dei pochi ancora in funzione e viene usato annualmente durante il periodo della vendemmia.


(Fonte: http://blenio.alwicom.net/Data/Tavola-08_news.pdf, consultato il 28.09.2912)

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