New Release: Wine Masters • Season 1: France

Wine Masters is an independent documentary series on terroir, taste, and tradition. In the first season we visit five wine regions in France where we discover the know-how behind the most famous wine regions, terroirs, and grape varieties by the stories of some of the most prestigious wine producing families. To add more depth Masters of Wine Jeannie Cho Lee and Tim Atkin will share their expertise in each documentary. 

Season 1: France (5 episodes)
Language: English, French
Subtitles: English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Mandarin, Russian

Trailer of 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. (5 episodes).

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In this independent documentary on terroir, taste and tradition the successful Guigal family openly shares their love and passion for wine making. Known as ‘the masters of the Northern Rhône’ Marcel Guigal and...
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In the beautiful Loire Valley, known as the ‘Garden of France’, lies the birthplace of Sauvignon Blanc: Sancerre. In this 45-minute documentary the wine producing Bourgeois family shows their deep-rooted passion...
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Bordeaux is one of the French wine regions where the highest priced and sought after wines are produced. Idyllically located nearby the historical town of Saint-Émilion stands Château Angélus. This is where the...
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Since 1880 the Drouhin family has been producing Burgundy wines in the heart of Beaune. Their Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs are charming and soft, just like the female winemaker who makes them; Véronique Drouhin....
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Since 13 generations, back in 1626, the Trimbach family is dedicated to producing Alsace wines. In this cinematic documentary the family members share their personal drive, family history and the stories of...