Skip to comments.Mafia Suspected In Vineyard Attack
Posted on 12/05/2012 9:53:52 AM PST by AtlasStalled
Not even the wine in Italy is sacred to the Mafia.
The wise guys are the prime suspects in a sabotage attack against a Tuscan vineyard where 80,000 litres of its prized wine "was poured down the drain" as reported by Nick Pisa for the Daily Mail: "raiders broke into the cellars smashing through armoured glass which house the famous Brunello di Montalcino and targeted barrels from the 2007 through to 2012 vintage and then simply turned on the taps."
The Mafia increasingly has entered the gastronomic sector with inferior products and is muscling out its legitimate rivals, and anti-Mafia writer Roberto Saviano says it's "a sad fate for Italian excellence" as reported by Barbie Latza Nadeau for the Daily Beast.
Next thing you know Fat Tony will be supplying the schools with rat’s milk when he promised the Mayor nothing lower than dog’s.
Quite a few of those vinyards are owned by Americans.
Sacrilege! Bacchus will exact a steep revenge.
NOT THE BRUNELLO!!!!!!
Picture it, Sicily...
I will never forget his last words to me,
Then, after ordering the relatives to buy every rotten strawberry and apricot in Oxnard, he gently went a quella vigna nel cielo.
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