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Damigiana

In Italy used large ones wrapped with a raffia weave carboy (Wicker bottle) made mostly of glass with a volume of 28 or 54 liters, into the "Vino sciolto" ( open wine ) bottled and sold "across the street". The jar is also used for olive oil. The French equivalent is called Lady Jeanne (see the name meaning there), the Argentine Damajuana, See also under bottles and wine vessels,

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