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Modern Farmer Reviews A Year in Burgundy

 

So it goes for A Year in Burgundy, a documentary by David Kennard that takes us into the heart of France’s most illustrious stretch of wine country. Presented in a measured, steady tone, this is a film that invites us to relax and discover the drama and nuances that go into making some of the world’s most highly-regarded wines.

Thanks to Netflix and Amazon, more viewers can discover its charm in time for the sequel, A Year in Champagne, which arrives in theaters next month.

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