Spirit of New Wine
Man has been making wine for thousands of years. Its origins are deeply rooted in Western culture. Yet despite our familiarity with the beverage, there is something mysterious about wine that makes it unique. What intangible elements does wine present that remind us of our own invisible nature? Join Spanish journalist Denise Ingrid Brickel for an unconventional, atypical 3-part documentary that takes viewers on a fascinating journey to the heart of California's wine country. It focuses less on the taste and types of wine, and more on wine's association with cuisine, health, art, nature, friendship, leisure, love, and lifestyle.
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