Free All-Day Wine Fountain Opens in Italy… *Books Flight Immediately* Mary Zakheim October 14, 2016 Travel News, Trending Stories If you’ve been to Italy, you’ve heard the oft-recounted tale that the wine is cheaper than the water. And if you’re American, you’ve probably grumbled something like, “Well, yeah, but the water’s free where I’m from.” Grumble no more, fellow Americans. We’d like to introduce you to Italy’s newest attraction: a free, 24-hour wine fountain. It’s like a water fountain… But for wine. In Abruzzo è stata inaugurata la prima fontana pubblica da cui esce #vino https://t.co/KE36cSeCRT — Stefano Labate (@stefanolabate) October 12, 2016 So, yeah. We guess dreams really do come true! We don’t know about you, but we’re seriously packing our bags and heading straight for Italy. Where exactly are we heading? The fountain is located in Italy’s beautiful Abruzzo region — just east of Rome — and is alongside the popular Cammino di Tommaso pilgrimage. The nearly 200-mile trek takes about 15 days on foot and tours through some of Italy’s most picturesque landscapes. Like vineyards. And free wine fountains. A photo posted by Italia.it (@italiait) on Sep 26, 2016 at 6:46am PDT The fountain is sponsored by Abruzzo winery Dora Sarchese, who reportedly got the idea from a similar concept set up on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in Spain. We hope this trend catches on… Here’s a look at the famous wine fountain: A photo posted by Dora Sarchese (@dora_sarchese) on Oct 10, 2016 at 11:32pm PDT Okay. Let’s get on over to Italy. Like, right now.