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February 03, 2009



Very interesting. Also good to get a view outside Mondo Vino's final cut.

(You spelled Négoce wrong toward the beginning as "Nécoce")


I had seen the documentary MONDAVINO, which is only 131 minutes long and read that it was originally a BBC miniseries; I just purchased the entire series MONDOVINO, just released this month in the US on DVD. The SERIES, MONDOVINO, is much larger in scope (10 one hour episodes) and gives you more of the meditation of the world of wine making than the shorter documentary film version. Episode #2 "Magic Potion" is practically dedicated to the de Montille family and paints a wonderful portrait of the dynamic between daughter, father and son, wine makers. The film version cuts out most of this wonderful behind the scenes with family and I recommend the entire MONDOVINO SERIES (not just the documentary) to any and all wine lovers!


I need to see this longer version, there is probably much more material and in-depth analysis in these long stretches of interviews and scenes. Thank you for the tip.

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