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Buying wine in Italy

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I usually post on the cruise forum but this time have a question that I'll bet someone here has the answer to. We have a cruise out of Civitavecchia in oct. The cruise line, Celebrity allows two bottles of wine for use in the cabin. I am really fond of Amarone or a ripasso which is of course Italian so do you think it would be more cost effective to buy it duty free in the airport or wait to get it when we arrive in Rome? We arrive one day early BTW.

Thank you. Larry :-)

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