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A woman prepares bottles of wine in a 'Pon sicurezza project' stand at the 46th edition of the annual International Wine and Spirits Exhibition "Vinitaly", in Verona, northern Italy, Monday, March 26, 2012. The prize-winning Sicilian white wine Grillo is blended from native grape varieties grown at an altitude of 600 meters (1,900-feet.) But there's an additional appeal that escapes the palate: the vineyard have been cultivated on lands once held by the Mafia. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

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A woman prepares bottles of wine in a 'Pon sicurezza project' stand at the 46th edition of the annual International Wine and Spirits Exhibition "Vinitaly", in Verona, northern Italy, Monday, March 26, 2012.  The prize-winning Sicilian white wine Grillo is blended from native grape varieties grown at an altitude of 600 meters (1,900-feet.) But there's an additional appeal that escapes the palate: the vineyard have been cultivated on lands once held by the Mafia.  (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
A woman prepares bottles of wine in a 'Pon sicurezza project' stand at the 46th edition of the annual International Wine and Spirits Exhibition "Vinitaly", in Verona, northern Italy, Monday, March 26, 2012. The prize-winning Sicilian white wine Grillo is blended from native grape varieties grown at an altitude of 600 meters (1,900-feet.) But there's an additional appeal that escapes the palate: the vineyard have been cultivated on lands once held by the Mafia. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
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