The Garden of the World is the tale of a pioneering winemaking family headed by Paul Tourneau, a fiercely ambitious vintner determined to make the finest wine in California. His plans are disrupted by a phylloxera epidemic at the beginning of the twentieth century, the trials of national Prohibition, and the bitter alienation of his older son. Played out against the vividly depicted seasonal rhythms of a vineyard and winemaking, this is a moving saga of betrayal, loss, and the consequences of ambition.
Haven’t read the book yet? No worries. Come join us. 6:00-7:00, Thurs. Nov. 10 at Cultivate Co-op Cafe, 901 Elm St.
The potluck is informal: bring something you made or a prepared food or drink. The evening will coincide with Lake to River Co-op’s Online Market pick-up night.
The monthly gatherings are free, open to the public and wheelchair accessible.
Here are the rest of our monthly selections:
Dec. 8: Yes, Chef! A Memoir by Marcus Samuelsson Jan. 12: Julie & Julia by Julie Powell Cancelled Feb. 9: The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan March 9: Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver April 13: Closing the Food Gap by Mark Winne May 11: Immortal Milk: Adventures in Cheese by Eric LeMay June 8: Salt: A World History by Mark Kulansky
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