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|JoeBish||Monday 28th of March 2005 10:36:13 PM|
|Luna di luna - Hi!
I have tried the wine (luna di luna) and can translate it literally, of course. But, I am sure there is a meaning to the phrase "luna di luna" but have no idea what it is.
Does someone know what this phrase would/does mean?
|carla1604||Tuesday 29th of March 2005 12:52:44 AM|
| - Hi Joe,
Welcome to Phrasebase :)
I've never heard of the expression "luna di luna", it doesn't make much sense.
I searched the internet for "luna di luna". It seems that it's a name given to an Italian wine produced to be exported. In fact, here in Italy there are not wines with that name.
|JoeBish||Tuesday 29th of March 2005 08:53:27 AM|
| - Thank you. It did not make much sense to me, either. And, yes, it is the name of a wine imported here in the US.
The name seemed odd to me and their web site made no reference to the meaning. A literal translation is also of little help.
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