Italians are reopening ancient “wine windows” used during the plague

What’s old is new again…

“Between the wrath of the Black Death in the 1300s and the Italian Plague in the 1600s, wine merchants in the Italian region of Tuscany built “wine windows” to protect buyers and sellers from coming into close contact.

The socially distant precaution was ahead of its time.”

Read more from the Washington Post here