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Washington Post Reviews A Year in Burgundy

 

Stephanie Merry reviewed A Year in Burgundy as one of the best new documentaries available to stream online.

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You’ll need more than a passing interest in wine to appreciate “A Year in Burgundy.” While the documentary follows seven winemaking families, the movie isn’t about people. The grapes really are the star of the film....

Even so, there is something strangely fascinating about watching winemakers scrutinize each grape even as their business rests precariously on the whims of Mother Nature. If nothing else, “A Year in Burgundy” will give wine fans a fresh appreciation of how much work it takes to make that glass of pinot noir so deliciously complex.

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