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Video Librarian Vol 33 March April 2018

 

BURGUNDY: PEOPLE WITH A PASSION FOR WINE  ★★★ 1/2 - VIDEO LIBRARIAN - March-April 2018 - "HIGHLY RECOMMENDED"

 

"From the harvest activities culminating in the wine-making process to the creation of wine barrels, local vineyard owners and others wonderfully convey the overall sense of tradition, dedication, and love for superb wine-making in Burgundy. The film concludes with a celebration of the year’s harvest at the Burgundy Wine Festival complete with wine tasting, elegant food, festive music, and song. Likely to appeal to both oenophiles and armchair travelers, this is highly recommended. Aud: P. (T. Root)

 

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VIDEO LIBRARIAN - VOL. 33 - NO. 2 - FOOD & SPIRITS

Burgundy: People with a Passion for Wine ★★★ 1/2

(2017) 60 min. In English & French w/English subtitles. DVD: $19.95. DRA. Rudi Goldman Prod. (avail. from www.amazon.com, PPR)

Fourth-generation winemaker Veronique Drouhin-Boss’s documentary provides viewers with a delightful sense of the beauty, culture, and passion of the people of Burgundy, France, who are involved in the wine industry. Burgundy is a narrow region with a northern climate that favors the production of the pinot noir and the chardonnay grape varieties.

 

Its hundreds of burgundy wines include some of the most prestigious—grand cru and premier cru—wines in the world. Local wine producers, vineyard owners, chefs, wine tasters, and sellers describe the fine nuances and character of the wines produced. Wine maker and owner Alex Gambal defines the “terroir”—the combination and variation of local weather, soil, limestone formations, and other natural elements—that contribute to the subtle differences in the Burgundy wines, as well as the challenges of a short growing season, and the grape’s susceptibility to rain and hail.

 

From the harvest activities culminating in the wine-making process to the creation of wine barrels, local vineyard owners and others wonderfully convey the overall sense of tradition, dedication, and love for superb wine-making in Burgundy. The film concludes with a celebration of the year’s harvest at the Burgundy Wine Festival complete with wine tasting, elegant food, festive music, and song. Likely to appeal to both oenophiles and armchair travelers, this is highly recommended. Aud: P. (T. Root) 

 


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