Bye, we're off to Italy! According to Condé Nast Traveler, a fountain flowing with red wine has appeared in the country's Abruzzo region. The Fontana del Vino, as it's called, was installed by local vineyard Dora Sarchese along the Cammino di San Tommaso, a popular pilgrimage route woven between Rome and Ortona. The best part? Passersby can stop and drink as much as they please—for free! (Yes, you read that right.)
It's a phenomenon that got us thinking: Slovenia opened a fountain dispensing beer earlier this year, so is free-flowing alcohol the start of an international trend?
Well, if it is, cheers to that!