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A documentary on the impact of globalization on the world's different wine regions.

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Albiera Antinori ...
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Allegra Antinori ...
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Lodovico Antinori ...
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Piero Antinori ...
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Isanette Bianchetti ...
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Jean-Charles Boisset ...
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Marchioness Bona ...
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Michael Broadbent ...
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Antonio Cabezas ...
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Battista Columbu ...
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Lina Columbu ...
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Xavier de Eizaguirre ...
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Alix de Montille ...
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Etienne de Montille ...
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Hubert de Montille ...
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Arnaldo Etchart ...
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Marco Etchart ...
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Salvatore Ferragamo ...
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Marquis Dino Frescobaldi ...
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Aime Guibert ...
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Bill Harlan ...
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Yvonne Hegoburu ...
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Patrick Léon ...
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Bernard Magrez ...
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Margrit Mondavi ...
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Michael Mondavi ...
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Robert Mondavi ...
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Tim Mondavi ...
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Robert Parker ...
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Michel Rolland ...
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Neal Rosenthal ...
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James Suckling ...
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Inaldo Tedesco ...
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Jean-Luc Thunevin ...
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Massimo Vinci ...
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Patrizia Vinci ...
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Marquis Vittorio ...
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Directed by

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Jonathan Nossiter

Written by

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Jonathan Nossiter ... ()

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Emmanuel Giraud ... producer
Catherine Hannoun ... executive producer
Jonathan Nossiter ... producer
Juan Pittaluga ... associate producer
Ricardo Preve ... co-producer
Michel Saint-Jean ... co-producer
Tommaso Vergallo ... associate producer

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Jonathan Nossiter

Film Editing by

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Jonathan Nossiter

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Serge Anthony ... color timer
Angelo Cosimano ... post-production
François Dupuy ... post-production
Juan Eveno ... post-production
Madeleine Gavin ... consultant: editing
Laurent Gorse ... associate editor
Leili Gueranfar ... assistant editor
Gustavo Pizzi ... post-production
Toby Ridgway ... post-production

Production Management

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François Drouot ... production manager
Rodolphe Risse ... post-production supervisor

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Laurent Gorse ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Nostradine Benguezzou ... sound
Jean-Lionel Etcheverry ... m&e re-recording mixer
Juan Pittaluga ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Juan Pittaluga ... additional camera operator
Stephanie Pommez ... assistant camera / co-camera operator

Music Department

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Patrícia Portaro ... music licensing

Other crew

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Erin Heidenreich ... sales agent
Guillaume Lips ... digital grader
Gustavo Pizzi ... pre-production assistant
Marie Sonne-Jensen ... production assistant

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Karim Aïnouz ... special thanks (as Karim Ainouz)
Oren Moverman ... special thanks
Ira Sachs ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

Explores a thesis: that the deep colored, oak-aged taste of Bordeaux wines has become the world standard, following the writing of critic Robert Parker, the magazine "Wine Spectator," the consulting work of Michel Rolland of Pomerol, and the money of Mondavi, a publicly-traded corporation based in Napa with a family history of wine making. Wine makers worldwide, many using Rolland as a consultant, pursue this structure, color, and taste - to the detriment, argue some, of wine that should reflect the character of the land where the grape is grown, including the lighter Burgundy. A few old wine makers, from Aniane, Sardinia, and Argentina offer this argument. Written by

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Also Known As
  • Mondovino - Die Welt des Weines (Germany)
  • Mondovino - Die Wahrheit liegt im Wein (Germany)
  • O kosmos tou krasiou (Greece)
  • Borvilág (Hungary)
  • Мондовино (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 135 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs During the shots showing the rail trip to Baltimore to visit wine critic Robert Parker, the word "Delaware" is superimposed, but the "PATH" logo is clearly visible on the passing building, which places the building in New Jersey. PATH is a commuter railroad operated between New Jersey and Manhattan by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and it has no facilities in Delaware. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Sahara/Eros/Kung Fu Hustle/Winter Solstice/Mondovino (2005). See more »

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