Wine and Food of Piemonte: A Talk with Author Tom Hyland

The town of Barolo among rolling hills with vineyards in Piedmont, Italy.— Photo by olgysha

The town of Barolo among rolling hills with vineyards in Piedmont, Italy.— Photo by olgysha

It’s been often said that it takes a village to raise a child. One could assert the same about an education in wine and food … getting one takes a village of supportive folks. In his new book The Wines and Foods of Piemonte, Tom Hyland shares a neighborly and personal perspective on eating and drinking in Italy’s province at the foot of the mountains, calling upon a community of important chefs and wine producers to help educate us on the message. ...

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