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Crotone Italy was our stop today. It was nice to be in a small town unlike the first part of this trip. Crotone is known for its pristine waters, untouched mountains and vast forests. We took a tour to the Ceraudo Winery. It is a small family run winery. It was that was the first to become certified organic in the area. It is run by a father, son and two daughters. One daughter who is a chef and has won a Michaline star and the first green star for being totally organic and use of all of their ingredients from their property. The daughter that showed us their operations was so proud of their business. The first picture of an olive tree is over 1600 years old. They produce both red and white wines along with olive oil.


Posted by Mystic Explorer 18:31 Archived in Italy

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