Sicily region governor Raffaele Lombardo tastes a glass of red wine at the 46th edition of the annual International Wine and Spirits Exhibition "Vinitaly", in Verona, northern Italy, Monday, March 26, 2012. "The companies show that by defeating the Mafia you can begin to legally produce wines, oil and high-quality agricultural goods in the interest of the workers and the producers," Sicily's governor Raffaele Lombardo told The Associated Press at Vinitaly on Monday. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

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Sicily region governor Raffaele Lombardo tastes a glass of red wine at the 46th edition of the annual International Wine and Spirits Exhibition "Vinitaly", in Verona, northern Italy, Monday, March 26, 2012. "The companies show that by defeating the Mafia you can begin to legally produce wines, oil and high-quality agricultural goods in the interest of the workers and the producers," Sicily's governor Raffaele Lombardo told The Associated Press at Vinitaly on Monday.  (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
Sicily region governor Raffaele Lombardo tastes a glass of red wine at the 46th edition of the annual International Wine and Spirits Exhibition "Vinitaly", in Verona, northern Italy, Monday, March 26, 2012. "The companies show that by defeating the Mafia you can begin to legally produce wines, oil and high-quality agricultural goods in the interest of the workers and the producers," Sicily's governor Raffaele Lombardo told The Associated Press at Vinitaly on Monday. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
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