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In northern Italy, a real underground wineHe made a career in quarrying, but Mauro Camusso always had wine in his blood. Now he has brought the two strands together in the production of a champagne-style sparkling wine that he finishes deep in the bowels of a disused mineral mine.Camusso, owner of an estate called L'Autin (little vine in local dialect), only planted his first grapes – including parcels of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir – in 2010 and made his first wines from grapes harvested in 2013 .Camusso has been encouraged by early samples.
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