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Corsica's Hidden Charms
A Mediterranean island that has it all: sea, sun, mountains, great food and an exciting wine scene
By Robert Camuto - Wine Spectator April 30, 2012
There are long stretches of Corsica's coastline so stunningly beautiful and wild they make you feel like you could be in one of the Mediterranean's most legendary spots-like the Amalfi Coast or the French Riviera-of a hundred years ago.
As you drive miles and miles of narrow and often rutted two-lane roads through knuckle-whitening turns, it's difficult not to be awed by the scene. Corsica's west coast is nearly devoid of mankind's influence-it's just you and steep, granite cliffs in shades of red and gold that plunge to a pristine sea.....read the full article in the Wine Spectator.
Robert on radio
See the Video Trailer for PALMENTO on You Tube....
Robert reads from and discusses Palmento at McNally Jackson books in NY Sept. 2010.
Robert's Presentation of Palmento in Milo Sicily In Italian.
Corkscrewed On location at Dom. Borrelly-Martin (Provence)...
..at McNally-Jackson Books NYC 2009...
...at home in cellar fall 2008....
....on Wine Library TV March 2009...