New Zealand Wine vs French Wine in ‘A Seat at the Table’ Doc Trailer

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New Zealand Wine vs French Wine in ‘A Seat on the Desk’ Doc Trailer

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June 30, 2020
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A Seat at the Table Trailer

“Something from the New World has to match as much as the unique classics.” Samuel Goldwyn has launched an official trailer for a wine documentary titled A Seat on the Desk, which premiered on the New Zealand Movie Competition final 12 months and now arrives on VOD this July. “When Frenchman Daniel Le Brun moved to New Zealand within the 1970s, he determined the wine was ‘nothing in need of rubbish’. Almost 40 years later, Kiwi vino has gained respect and status across the globe; particularly Marlborough’s sauvignon blanc. A Seat on the Desk asks whether or not Aotearoa wine actually deserves its prime desk standing.” For over a century France has reigned supreme over the wine world. Has New Zealand earned a seat on the desk? This fascinating and provocative doc movie examines the New Zealand wine business and its latest rise to glory, spending time in each France and New Zealand, and asking consultants if it is time to lastly admit their wine is worthy of accolades. I need to strive some, too! One of the best a part of this trailer is when it cuts between the wine rising locales in every nation.

Official trailer (+ poster) for David Nash & Simon Mark-Brown’s doc A Seat on the Desk, from YouTube:

A Seat at the Table Doc Poster

For almost a century France has reigned supreme over the world of superb wine. What if one nation well-known for punching above its weight took on the aristocracy, breaking the foundations of the Previous World and had been “beating the French at their very own recreation”. That is the story of New Zealand’s warp pace assent to the highest of the wine world. We ask France’s finest winemakers, the world’s biggest critics, and probably the most influential retailers one query: Has New Zealand earned a seat on the desk? We hear each side of every story from grape vines illegally smuggled in gumboots to local weather change and the screwcap vs. cork debate. A Seat on the Desk culminates with a few of France’s most well-respected winemakers tasting New Zealand wine for the primary time. Their responses are astounding to look at. A Seat on the Desk is co-directed by filmmakers David Nash (making his directorial debut) & Simon Mark-Brown (his first doc after making the movie The Catch). This primary premiered on the New Zealand Movie Competition final 12 months. Goldwyn will launch A Seat on the Desk direct-to-VOD beginning on July 3rd this summer season. For extra go to the movie’s official website.

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