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A cinematic documentary series about terroir, taste and tradition told by the leading wine masters themselves in a cinematic documentary series.


Marc Waltman





Season 1: France In the first season of Wine Masters we visit five wine regions in France where we discover the know-how behind the most famous grape varieties and the terroirs: Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon in Bordeaux Syrah in Rhône Sauvignon Blanc in Loire Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in Burgundy Riesling in Alsace With the help of each region's most prestigious wine producer, the viewer learns about the personal drive and family stories of the vintners (vigneron), the origins and history of the best grape varieties, terroirs, and wines. The wine producers who share their stories and passion for wine with us are: Angélus E. Guigal Henri Bourgeois Joseph Drouhin Trimbach They all have something in common: they run renowned family businesses. The families have been producing wine for 4 till 14 generations. The family members share their ways of collaboration, task division, keeping the family legacy going and worries about succession with us. In this season of Wine ...

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Beautiful wine documentary with interesting content
7 April 2018 | by jbsmartin-97969See all my reviews

As a wine lover, no wine connaisseur, I very much enjoyed watching the different documentaries of this series!

Not only did the documentaries teach me a thing or two, I also loved the personal touch and stories of the family members who produce the wines. Some of my favorite producers are featured in this series: E. Guigal and Joseph Drouhin.

Must see for anyone into (drinking) wines!

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18 March 2018 (USA) See more »

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