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Vino on Your Screen-o 

A quartet of worthy movies for a wine-themed film festival

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A Year in Burgundy: For the escapist, I really recommend this film. It follows seven different wine-making families in France's Burgundy region throughout the wine seasons of a full vintage year in 2011. There's drama (weather), along with insight into various winemaking methods (traditional vs. modern). I've heard this movie called "great armchair travel," and it surely is. It's lush and scenic and, like the other three films mentioned here, taught me about wine without being overly pedantic. I highly recommend viewing it with a glass of great Burgundy in hand.

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