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This medieval village in the northern region of Friuli possesses two fortified castles, Strassoldo di Sopra and Strassoldo di Sotto.

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Although his renewable energy project here might never have materialized, he's helped turn this place into the first winery in the world to achieve LEED silver certification for its entire facility, in part, thanks to the way it harnesses wind power. (Developed by the non-profit US Green Building Council, LEED assesses the potential environmental impacts and human benefits of a project.)

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Garzón lies inland from the fashionable beach town of José Ignacio, about three hours east of the capital Montevideo. The vines here are barely a decade old, but that hasn't stopped Garzón from racking up an impressive list of accolades.

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Terraced vines and spindly olive trees form a patchwork quilt over gently rolling hills, which are themselves covered by a maze of powdery dirt roads. Follow one of these bumpy paths far enough and you'll find an olive oil mill, a farm-to-table restaurant and a hilltop winery.

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With Mother’s Day on the horizon, today’s column covers wines by women winemakers. California’s first woman winemaker was Hannah Weinburger, w…

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