The bars and restaurants all over the world are having to think about how they interact with clients in their own age of modern Florence, Some are headed for the past: using a wine window for centuries to display food and drinks.
High above the ground, blinking and you can miss these small holes, called “bruschetta del vino,” which means “little wine hole” in Italian. Small windows are used to sell wine in the Renaissance and for the cheaper purposes, the alternative to the consumer sites for other taverns and other saloons… not to be discreet to avoid the taxes directly. On the glass, they’re selling weed.
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These merchants are the chimpanzees of Florence, many of them have high windows to the ground that have been built as walls facing the roads in their perilous villa, often by the main entrance. Back in the years of 1500, some of the nobles of the city are also the great manufacturers of the countryside. Buchette allows them to trade (or rather correct than having a servant do it for them) their soul directly from their vault with any man in basic, with more physical contact desires.
A glass of wine served through a small hole.
A cup of wine is served through a’small wine’credit: Buchette del Vino
On July 5, when Italy loosens the lock for two months, some F-gathering businesses in Florence, those who happen to have the basis of the buchette coil, had decided to reopen them at the next level. Wine wine, Aperol, cream, and sandwiches from there were served through the holes, in a safe distance.
Gelateria Vivoli, one of the famous shotguns of Florence, is one of the first businesses to use their buchette in the coronate plague (although a Babae should be recognized as a proponent, restoring the bruschetta in the summer of 2019. Its window has a grey rock frame around a small window of furniture.
Giulia Vivoli, the head of the fourth generation has indicated that in an interview via email:’8220 we have chosen to use our bruschetta in COVID-19-19 and provide a smile for those across the street. We used to open it in the past, but to relinquish it at this particular moment of particular timing.”
It’s a remarkable season if you’re a home manufacturer, just like me, the bourgeois old cherries are ripe and heavy, thanks to a lot of blush. Rabies look very indulgent, although it may take a month before they’ll be nine to pick, it seems that I’ll be busy in my temporary wine factory in this fall, which will help us get the wine. Interesting for the next year.
I’ve always liked the concept of self-supply, which we’ve been trying to achieve by all the way around our house. We planted a great garden and sustained a seasonal greenhouse, Jodi boxes of agriculture, helping us grow our own vegetables around the year, we harvest the I LIKE WINE AND HORSES AND MAYBE 3 PEOPLE VINTAGE RETRO SHIRT wheat. We pick gallons of blueberry berries (most of the years) and shoot a deer in autumn for a little high quality into the east cupboard.
And in the last few years, we’ve been making our own wine. It’s a reasonable part of our desire to offer our own, but it’s a skill that I think I’ll be waiting to learn in the retirement route, but thanks to the I LIKE WINE AND HORSES AND MAYBE 3 PEOPLE VINTAGE RETRO SHIRT wisdom of George and Peyla, the people I wrote about. I’ve been working on a little more than a plan before.
Ever since, Uncle.