Vine growing on remote Italian island gets UNESCO heritage status

news  %tages Vine growing on remote Italian island gets UNESCO heritage status

A grapevine growing technique handed down through centuries of generations on the island of Pantelleria first settled by the Phoenicians has been granted UNESCO World Heritage status.

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