Synopses & Reviews
What happens when the Provençal dream turns into mundane reality? British garden designer Alex Dingwall-Main settled in Provence in the 1990s, but after nearly ten years, the magic of creating gardens in this magnificent landscape had vanished. What was once charming about rural life suddenly seemed maddening. So he set off on a quest to rediscover the gardens, vineyards, and wines at the very heart of Francea quest that would decide whether he would stay or go. Join him in this lush, inspiring journeywine glass in hand.
A British garden designer journeys to the heart of France, hoping to fall in love, once again, with his adopted country.
Garden designer, Alex Dingwall-Main, is facing different types of problems. He is on the verge of starting all over again, until one spring day he is offered an opportunity of a treasure hunt for 12 bottles of exquisite French wine. With a hangover and an uncertain heart, he sets off in search of the France he fell in love with, so many years ago.
In this sequel to the popular The Luberon Garden, the author makes a very personal journey, with a hangover and an uncertain heart, through the countrys finest vineyards, chateaux and villages in search of the France he fell in love with so many years ago.
About the Author
Alex Dingwall-Main runs a landscape design practice in the south of France. He is the author of The Luberon Garden.