Camillo Magoni spent his first 49 years in Mexico as a winemaker for Vinicola L.A. Cetto. Now, he’s introducing the first wines under his own Casa Magoni label.
Camillo Magoni spent his first 49 years in Mexico as a winemaker for Vinicola L.A. Cetto. Now, he’s introducing the first wines under his own Casa Magoni label. Mike Dunne
Camillo Magoni spent his first 49 years in Mexico as a winemaker for Vinicola L.A. Cetto. Now, he’s introducing the first wines under his own Casa Magoni label. Mike Dunne
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After half a century, Camillo Magoni still looks for his legacy wine

August 09, 2016 08:00 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2016 03:52 PM

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