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Summer Reading: Vino Italiano

A cross between a dictionary and a coffee table book, this reference guide, Vino Italiano: The Regional Wines Of Italy, is an excellent addition to any wine lover's collection. Written by Mario Batali's business partner, Joseph Bastianich & co author David Lynch, the book introduces each region of Italy detailing not only the wine, but significant wineries, recent successful vintages, and delicious native recipes. The authors write in a highly personal manner making this book as much about wine commentary as it is about living an authentic Italian lifestyle. It also advocates eating and drinking locally, claiming that the best regional wines pair with traditional dishes from that specific region. If you love wine, or have a passion for Italy, this comprehensive book is highly recommended reading.

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tkoblondee tkoblondee 8 years
I want that!
moderngal moderngal 8 years
i have this book and it's great!! a perfect reference. :)
ALSW ALSW 8 years
Oh, cool! I love books about wineries and I like that this one includes recipes.
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 8 years
hahaha wrong post...
LaurenG22 LaurenG22 8 years
sorry, that was not very productive of me... what I think you should be careful about when grilling steak is to only flip it ONCE. Sear it both sides then cook it indirect to desire doneness. If you keep flipping it then the juiceyness of the meat is lost. The glaze looks pretty yummy.. love me some thyme.
mocelebgossisme mocelebgossisme 8 years
seriously..we just got back from italy..and will return again..might be soemthing we want to pick up and read more about!! thanks! :-)
katlovesclothes katlovesclothes 8 years
Must have it! Can't wait!
laurafox laurafox 8 years
Hmm, maybe this book will help get me into wine!
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