A Limitless Fountain of Wine Can Be Found in Italy
The Cammino di San Tommaso, translated as The Way of St. Thomas, is a pilgrimage. The path takes travelers from Rome to Ortona to visit the remains of St. Thomas, one of Jesus Christ’s disciples, and is 230 km long. Caldari is a commune within the town of Ortona, and is where the vineyard and the found of wine are found.
The Facebook page of Dora Sarchese warns that while the fountain is available 24/7, it is not for the use of “drunkards” or “louts." The fountain is partially sponsored by the non-profit organization that maintains the pilgrimage route in conjunction with the vineyard. While you could skip the pilgrimage and go straight for the fountain of vino, it would be in very poor form. Still, the thought of a free fountain of wine might inspire even the least devout of us to take the journey.
Photo via Flickr user Faisal Akram Ether