Robert Camuto is a prize-winning American author and journalist, who has lived in Europe with his family from the outset of the 21st century.
Here he has immersed in the terroirs of France and Italy, writing about wine, food, culture and travel for many publications and authoring a series of books in his personal and soulful style.
A contributing editor for the Wine Spectator since 2008, Camuto writes a twice monthly column, Robert Camuto Meets…, for winespectator.com.
“Camuto’s lighthearted book is a particularly enjoyable read…a scrumptious collection of stories about wine, food, vineyards and winemakers.”
“Mr. Camuto extracts fascinating and illuminating details about Sicily, bringing to life the characters, conflicts and family dynamics that define a culture and its wines. It’s a beautiful, enthralling work, eternally wistful and hopeful, much like Sicily itself.”
“I can’t do this book justice. It’s so vivid, so emotional, so beautiful and yet so powerfully instructive… if you want to understand the terroir of southern Italy, this book is where you start.”
Follow the adventure with Robert Camuto Meets... Robert's twice-monthly column at winespectator.com