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Wearing a sharp blue suit and slim tie, Gualberto Ricci Curbastro introduced a variety of wines during a lunch this week at the Pavilion Royal banquet hall in BIEL.Even the Italian ambassador, Massimo Marotti, said that each of the wines he tasted that afternoon were terrific.However, the quantity produced is hardly an indication of the quality of the wine. That's at least the perspective of Ricci Curbastro's winery, which hopes that its wines can make a name for itself in Lebanon the way that they have in Italy. Ricci Curbastro also mentioned that he loves seizing the opportunity to explore other areas of the world. Yet he did acknowledge that one of the most undisputed cultural similarities that Lebanon and Italy share might be the high significance attributed to food and wine.
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