Too Much Tuscan Wine

Too Much Tuscan Wine With his third book Too Much Tuscan Wine Chiantigiano author Dario Castagno decants another spellbinding volume of prose about his enchanted Tuscan surroundings and life in general in a place where

  • Title: Too Much Tuscan Wine
  • Author: Dario Castagno
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  • Page: 454
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  • With his third book, Too Much Tuscan Wine, Chiantigiano author Dario Castagno decants another spellbinding volume of prose about his enchanted Tuscan surroundings and life in general in a place where the everyday can still be infused with magic It follows up 2007 s A Day In Tuscany, which found the author re acclimating to the rhythms of home following a three month U.SWith his third book, Too Much Tuscan Wine, Chiantigiano author Dario Castagno decants another spellbinding volume of prose about his enchanted Tuscan surroundings and life in general in a place where the everyday can still be infused with magic It follows up 2007 s A Day In Tuscany, which found the author re acclimating to the rhythms of home following a three month U.S tour promoting his debut book, 2004 s Too Much Tuscan Sun Confessions Of A Chianti Tour Guide The New York Times called that popular title much in the spirit of Castagno s newest work an engaging jaunt into the Italian countryside Publisher s Weekly rated it Brain candy to be enjoyed with a bottle of red A case of red is in order for Too Much Tuscan Wine, which celebrates the region s world renowned viniculture and those who joyously imbibe it sometimes with less than joyful outcomes, as some chapters will attest Absolutely vintage Castagno, the book features Dario as the protagonist in a heady flow of real life adventures in which copious amounts of vino rosso are imbibed with an enthusiasm surely to be matched by readers as they drink in his words The story begins when he s contacted out of the blue and propelled into the red by Mia Lane, an American editor who proposes that he write a book about Tuscany s winemaking heritage As the manuscript develops based on suggestions from Mia, so does the depth of feelings expressed in their e mail correspondence Part muse, part mystery women, she captures the author s imagination, and eventually, his soul when he learns her true identity In chapters including The Poolio, The Final Truss, Crappy New Year, The Madre Of Them All, In Vino Veritas and Mimi, Dario Castagno s latest book peppered with wine proverbs overflows with humor, reverie, romance, adventure and a heartfelt toast to the treasures of Tuscany, where than the landscape is lush

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    1. Dario Castagno

      Author Dario Castagno is Italian through and through despite being born in the Wimbledon district of London to Italian parents who at the time were importing fine Italian wine and spirits to England At age 9, he moved back to the Chianti hills, a region first settled by the Etruscans, and embarked on a deeply personal exploration of its landscape, legends and lore Dario later began guiding small groups through the riches of the province of Siena s countryside, and first wrote of his experiences in 2004 s Too Much Tuscan Sun originally self published and that later was named as a New York Times Bestseller as Too Much Tuscan Sun Confessions of a Chianti Tour Guide, published by Globe Pequot Press That same authentic spirit infuses his subsequent books, 2007 s A Day in Tuscany More Confessions of a Chianti Tour Guide Globe Pequot Press and 2009 s Too Much Tuscan Wine.Dario also produces a number of HD film presentations, notably, My Chianti, which is based on his second book and in which the author is featured during encounters with Chiantigiani neighbors and friends DarioCastagno

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    1. With his third book, Too Much Tuscan Wine, "Chiantigiano" author Dario Castagno decants another spellbinding volume of prose about his enchanted Tuscan surroundings and life in general in a place where the everyday can still be infused with magic. It follows up 2007's A Day In Tuscany, which found the author re-acclimating to the rhythms of home following a three-month U.S. tour promoting his debut book, 2004's Too Much Tuscan Sun - Confessions Of A Chianti Tour Guide. The New York Times called [...]


    2. Don’t you love it when you pick up a book, and you’re 50, even 100 pages into it before you look up again? And then you put it down because you have other things to do but you find yourself sneaking peeks in between tasks, balancing it in one hand while you stir sauce with the other, and, ahem, even carrying it into the bathroom?I do, and that’s exactly what happened to me with Too Much Tuscan Wine, Dario Castagno’s wildly entertaining book about his experiences with, not surprisingly, t [...]



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