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La Fattoria Wine Cellar
Naples

The wine celler at La Fattoria is 3 levels and holds between 15000-20000 bottles of wine.  If you've ever heard of it, they probably have a bottle.

Copyright: Scott Knauss
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Tags: cantina; wine cellar; fattoria; pozzuolli
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