Robert Camuto has crafted a beautiful vision of Sicily, its exceptionally varied landscape, its inhabitants – both native and immigrant, its foods, and of course its wines.
If you like wine, you will love Thirsty Dragon, but this is not essential. What matters more is that you are curious about how the world works, in particular how global markets work, and how this is all changing.
How would you rather learn about wine? With technical ratings and jargon? With random adjectives? Or how about well-crafted characters and stories that bring out the characteristic aspects of individual grapes and wines to help create a meaningful mental image of the wine?