The award-winning wine and gastronomy feature documentary film Burgundy: People with a Passion for Wine is Premiering on streaming video platform Vimeo On Demand
For one hour, we are Burgundy
“The award-winning documentary, Burgundy: People with a Passion for Wine, captures a similar sense of celebration. Through a series of video snapshots across time and place, the door into Burgundy’s wine, culture, and lifestyle is opened to us. For one hour, we become Burgundy. We experience the excitement of harvest. We learn of the power of Mother Nature’s wrath when hail damages precious grapevines.We listen to the wisdom of notable producers. Other perspectives of Burgundy are intertwined to give us a comprehensive portrait of the wine, food, and people of Burgundy.” – 5.0 out of 5 stars – By E. Smith on February 27, 2017 on Amazon Video
Popular among Burgundy fans, wine industry folk and just everyday wine and food lovers, the film can now be bought or rented on the popular video streaming platform Vimeo On Demand. Videos can be watched on a television or other connected devices (see below). Buying or renting on the platform is a great way to support our future indie filmmaking efforts!
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