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Bel Vino: A Year of Sundrenched Pleasure Among the Vines of Tuscany [NOOK Book]

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Isobel and Lou moved to Montalcino and became Isabella and Luigi ten years ago and they have now been embraced by the locals and immersed in their antiquated customs and age-old feuds. In BEL VINO Isabella takes the reader on a winding journey to discover the true aristocratic orgins of the world-renowned wine Brunello di Montalcino on whose vintage the fortunes of many of the Montalcinesi depend. Taking us through the seasons of the wine harvest, Dusi weaves a path that brings in the local white-hooded monks who...
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Bel Vino: A Year of Sundrenched Pleasure Among the Vines of Tuscany

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Overview

Isobel and Lou moved to Montalcino and became Isabella and Luigi ten years ago and they have now been embraced by the locals and immersed in their antiquated customs and age-old feuds. In BEL VINO Isabella takes the reader on a winding journey to discover the true aristocratic orgins of the world-renowned wine Brunello di Montalcino on whose vintage the fortunes of many of the Montalcinesi depend. Taking us through the seasons of the wine harvest, Dusi weaves a path that brings in the local white-hooded monks who have lived in the Abbey of Sant' Antimo since at least 814; the last remaining local shoemaker; the harvesting of mushrooms, olives and truffles; an archery contest with a local village at which passions run high; and the fight to save a 1000-year-old church with no foundations. As an insider, Dusi is able to portray Tuscan life with all its idyllic charms whilst also giving an intriguing insight into the daily workings of the ancient village of Montalcino.
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In this sequel to Vanilla Beans & Brodo, Isabella Dusi takes us back to the medieval Tuscan village of Montalcino as she unravels the secrets of its celebrated wine.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781471134821
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
  • Publication date: 3/13/2014
  • Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 528
  • Sales rank: 669,892
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

After many years working in Australia in interior design, Isabella Dusi decided to move to Italy with her husband Luigi. They now run a travel business based in Montalcino. This is her first book.
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