‘Hang the dead!’ wine bar to take over wine warehouse

The Wine Warehouse in Moscato, Italy is taking over its old wine warehouse.

The store has been a family run business for more than a century, and has been open for more then 25 years.

The owners, Giancarlo and Luca Botta, say they have been looking for a new place to open for quite some time, but have never been able to find a suitable space in the city of Moscito.

“The market, the restaurant and the wine warehouse all share the same space and are just two of the few things that make Moscatos wine scene special.

They are also the only place in the whole city where you can buy wine from the glass,” Giancarlu says.”

It was really tough to find the right space for this new venture, but now we have found one in Mosca that we believe will be a success.

It is a beautiful and unique place.

It will be the place for the future of our wine store,” Botta adds.

The new Wine Warehouse has been commissioned by Moscosan Wine, a small wine producer based in Italy.

The Botta brothers say that they want to do the right thing for the local wine community and for Moscatello itself.

“This will be our best wine store yet.

We will take care of our customers’ needs and ensure that they get a great wine experience.

We have been working on this for the past few years, and we are happy to be the first to take it forward,” Botti says.

“Our main focus will be on the wine, and will include all the important wine-related items, from the label to the bottle, so that you can enjoy your wine from anywhere in the world.”

The Wine Warehouse will also be open for dinner on Mondays and Tuesdays from 11am to 1pm.

“It is not only about the wine.

It’s also about the atmosphere, and it’s the atmosphere that we will bring to the store.

We want to make the experience as intimate as possible.

It takes a village to run a wine store, and the Wine Warehouse is going to be our most intimate store yet,” Botto says.

The wine store will be located at the old wine-shop in Moscatini, across from the vineyards of St. Peter, the oldest vineyard in the region.

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