Elisabeth Bartlett's review of A Year in Burgundy ran in FilmFestivals.com and Hollypost
Alas, it turns out wine making is really interesting… not just for the wealthy. Because I mean, what IS it that makes good wine? The same question could be asked of any art… according to A Year in Burgundy it seems, the answer lies in science, and in love.
I will leave you some facts, but for more, I suggest you catch the flick.
Don’t pick your grapes during a full moon.
When you prune branches before next season you can burn the wood right in the field to make natural fertilizer from the ashes.
“A vine can live 100 years if you treat it right.”
Read the full review here.
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