***BUY LABOR OF LOVE***

LABOR OF LOVE:
WINE FAMILY WOMEN OF PIEMONTE
By Suzanne Hoffman

$55.00
(plus applicable tax & shipping)

ISBN: 978-0-9972359-0-6
320 pages

(Overseas shipments from the United States not possible through the website. Please email me at Suzanne@winefamilies.com)

SILVER MEDALIST IBPA IPPY AWARDS
Region Best Nonfiction Book
(West – Mountains)

FINALIST IN FOREWORD INDIES BOOK OF THE YEAR CONTEST FOR 2016!

LOL_Cover_Print - Hi rez jpeg

Printed and bound in Italy by Verona Libri
Photography by Pierangelo, Elisabetta, and Eugenio Vacchetto

Editor: Elatia Harris
Graphic Designer: Cindi Yaklich, Epicenter Creative
Copy Editor: Jody Berman, Berman Editorial

Labor of Love: Wine Family Women of Piemonte is now available online here and at all EATALY stores in the USA, THE BOOKWORM IN EDWARDS and PEPI’S SPORTS in Vail Valley, Colorado and PRIMA VINI in Walnut Creek, California.

Labor of Love is also available in Italy in fine books in Piemonte and through Cà del Baio winery in Barbaresco.

For more information on availability internationally, please contact the author at suzanne@winefamilies.com

Window of Zanoletti bookstore in Alba, Italy.
Window of Zanoletti bookstore in Alba, Italy.
Read what the reviewers are saying!

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Diana Zahuranec (Wine Pass Italy): Book Review: Labor of Love by Suzanne Hoffman

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Back cover of "Labor of Love: Wine Family Women of Piemonte" Photo credit - Elisabetta Vacchetto Design by - Cindi Yaklich
Back cover of “Labor of Love: Wine Family Women of Piemonte”
Photo credit – Elisabetta Vacchetto
Design by – Cindi Yaklich
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