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SOMM: Into the Bottle (2015)

The history, politics, pleasure, and BS of wine told through opening ten very different bottles.

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Jason Wise
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Credited cast:
Silvia Altare Silvia Altare ... Herself
Brian Carmody ... Diner in Restaurant
Ian Cauble Ian Cauble ... Himself
Jean-Louis Chave Jean-Louis Chave ... Himself
Fred Dame Fred Dame ... Himself
Aubert De Villaine Aubert De Villaine ... Himself
April Fritz ... Hostess in Restaurant
Peter Gago Peter Gago ... Himself
Jessica Goldapple ... Diner in Restaurant
Geoff Kruth Geoff Kruth ... Himself
Ted Lemon Ted Lemon ... Himself
Pax Mahle Pax Mahle ... Himself
Steve Matthiasson Steve Matthiasson ... Himself
Brian McClintic Brian McClintic ... Himself
Carole Meredith Carole Meredith ... Herself
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The history, politics, pleasure, and BS of wine told through opening ten very different bottles.

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Release Date:

29 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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Somm: In bottiglia See more »

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Burgundy, France See more »

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Forgotten Man Films See more »
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20 January 2016 | by tim-13903See all my reviews

Fantastic film! I just attended a screening of "Into the Bottle" in Manhattan with a group of other Sommeliers and wine industry professionals and was blown away. Jason and Geoff have hit the mark once more with this incredible film taking us on a journey around the world to discover more about wine. Interviews with Sommeliers, industry professionals, and winemakers bring us the history, politics and everyday BS that go into bringing wine from the vineyard to our tables. Funny, touching and educational all at the same time. I recommend this movie to anyone who loves wine, or would like to de-mystify the magic of fermenting grape juice. EXCELLENT!!!


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