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BREAKING THE DA VINCI WINE CODE

I VISITED Milan three times in 2015. Once to attend Expo 2015 and twice to report on fashion shows and fragrance launches. There was a lot of free time between appointments and by the end of the third trip I had re-visited the city’s main attractions from the Duomo to the Castello. Fortunately, that year also saw the opening of a restored vineyard that once belonged to Leonardo da Vinci. A gift to the Renaissance genius from Ludovico Sforza, the Duke of Milan, as part payment for painting the masterpiece - The Last Supper.

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