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In Search of Tuscany With John Guerrasio DVD
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Join food critic and author John Guerrasio as he covers magnificent Northern Italy from Chianti to Florence, as well as the towns of Greve and Panzan. Along the way stop in San Gimignano, Siena, Val d'Orcia, Pitigliano, and Montalcino. Stumble upon fresco art and architecture and take in the mouthwatering wines, cheeses, and local cuisine! DVD bonus: Exclusive sneak peek inside the town of Pienze, one of Italy's best-kept secrets!
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1.0

Poor Quality, Would not Recommend

By JSD

from Denver, Colorado

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Comments about PBS In Search of Tuscany With John Guerrasio DVD:

Poor quality in every way. Photography, fuzzy, skips, and most disturbing, the narrator was rude, and insulting. (Did not find his comments appropriate or funny. Very surprised this is a PBS Video.

I would not recommend.

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Pretty Superficial

By John the Tourist

from Tucson, AZ

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Comments about PBS In Search of Tuscany With John Guerrasio DVD:

I bought this because I plan a trip to Tuscany this Spring. Sadly, I would not recommend it to others unless basic concepts in food, wine, and Italy are new to you, as they apparently were to the author. The author begins by dissing Florence (too crowded), then sort of bumbles through picturesque Tuscan villages and Siena. When, as a food critic he announced that he did not "know much about wine" (or cheese or meat), he lost me.

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