And the Water Was Turned into Wine

There is nothing trifling about hearing that miracles are happening here and there in these times of great upheaval. The signs of the end of the world are generally more readable at those times when the bell tolls (whether it rings true or not) for our humanity. And yet, it really is the case that water was turned into wine and flowed freely from all the taps of a small Italian settlement. Before falling to your knees in a state of grace, reading a few articles on the subject may potentially show you that miracles are often just the eldritch interpretation of a straightforward and  unedifying scientific reality.

https://www.euronews.com/2020/03/06/it-s-a-miracle-lambrusco-fans-in-northern-italy-get-wine-on-tap-literally

https://www.lepoint.fr/monde/italie-a-settecani-le-vin-rouge-a-remplace-l-eau-du-robinet-06-03-2020-2366081_24.php

Powered by

Previous articleDonald the Menace
Next articleTime to Take Our Medicine

Related Post

What is there to brag about? Italy finds itself at the head of a ranking whose wording is rather questionable and convoluted ... The article itself acknowledges that there is nothing to crow about: France is still...
Up to the last few decades and during the whole of the second half of the 20th century, Europeans looked on in wonder at the good oral health and, above all, perfectly straight teeth of their North...
If there is one positive thing this pandemic will leave in its wake, it is the return of community spirit. We may have regretted the loss of this long-since departed fragment of our humanity, not seen since...
There are 63 million Americans living without drinking water. This is a major health issue for one of the world’s largest economic powers. Contaminated water scandals in the US are continually making a splash in the media...
Millennials don’t want to drink beer because it’s “a redneck drink,” or wine because, on top of the strange smell, it makes you look like a wino. Generation 2.0 have finally understood that they need to take...

Share this article

Recent posts

Wine from the Breton Hills

Global warming might sound the death knell for some French vineyards... or it might herald the birth of the next great vintage....

A Coffee at Over €50

Some will perhaps shake their heads with a disapproving expression and dark looks, perhaps thinking that a coffee can never be worth...

The World’s Healthiest Alcohol

So it’s said... Made solely from agave, this spirit contains very little sugar. That being so, it’s still first and foremost a...

The Church of the Inebriate

We knew of the South-Africans’ genius in a number of cultural and scientific fields, but attending mass with a bottle in you...

Alcohol on Free Sale in Abu-Dhabi

Foreign residents and non-abstinent natives are today saying it was the only thing that could be done to put an end to...

Wine from the Breton Hills

0
Global warming might sound the death knell for some French vineyards... or it might herald the birth of the next great vintage. Alongside the new prospects climate change might offer in the...

A Coffee at Over €50

0
Some will perhaps shake their heads with a disapproving expression and dark looks, perhaps thinking that a coffee can never be worth more than €3, even if it comes served in a...

The World’s Healthiest Alcohol

0
So it’s said... Made solely from agave, this spirit contains very little sugar. That being so, it’s still first and foremost a question of good or bad habits when it comes to...

Popular categories

The Church of the Inebriate

The Dangers of Coffee?

Champagne!

0
Why is champagne still synonymous with celebration? This isn’t the first time someone has wondered what makes the champagne ritual such a...

The Chinese “Starbucks” Making Waves for the Original

0
We’re all familiar with the Chinese propensity to imitate everything ... and we’re far from unaware that the Chinese market is on...

Women, Skol Offers You an Apology!

0
We’ve probably all listened to a lewd joke with a polite fixed grin. The age-old habit of mocking those weaker than oneself,...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Recent comments