Finally, Robert V. Camuto, a wine and travel writer for Wine Spectator and other publications, including The Washington Post, has brought us a great travel magazine. great pre-pandemic through the south of Italy in “South of Somewhere: Wine, Food and the Soul of Italy. ” Camuto isn’t creating new ground here – in fact, he’s following the same book as Somerville and Ross a century earlier. He provided us with a fascinating snapshot of an area of lesser stature than northern Italy. We meet aspiring young generations who clash with their parents over values, both culturally and culturally. The winemakers and their families Camuto introduces us to are no different from the people Somerville and Ross met more than a century ago. And they are no different from us, although they may eat better. Both books invite us to travel – through time, the other into the treacherous land of spicy salumi, genuine folk, and authentic wine.
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