The University of Dallas Makes Wine? Try This New Red From Vineyards on the School's Italian Campus

The University of Dallas, a private Catholic school, has just released the latest vintage from its Italian estate vineyards. Due Santi is grown on the UD's Eugene Constantin campus outside of Rome, where their semester-abroad program is anchored. And, as the saying goes, "When in Rome, make wine."Named for the two saints (Due Santi), Peter and Paul, this area has been the summer home of popes and Romans for millennia. Wine from vineyards in the Alban Hills was renowned from the time before the birth of Christ, and the University of Dallas carries on that time-honored tradition in the modern era.  Continue reading...

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