Ep. 353 #everybodyneedsabitofscienza | Amy Ezrin Question

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Italian Wine Podcast Episode 353: What is Scienzay up to these days?

It’s #everybodyneedsabitofscienza and Professor Scienza is back to answer a question. This time it comes from the lovely Amy Ezrin: she asks about the existence of flysch in Piedmont and other vines related stuff. Also, Stevie asks Scienza about his origins, and that’s pretty interesting!

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