The history of wine is a long and fascinating one, with archaeological evidence dating back to Mesopotamian times where it was used for medicinal purposes. Nowadays, wine has become more popular than ever before – from popping up in cities all over the world to becoming an affordable luxury that people can enjoy at home. But what about those who want to know even more? For them, there are some amazing documentaries out there on the subject of wine that everyone should watch before they die. Here’s our pick of 12 must-see documentaries about juicing and how you can benefit from drinking this ancient beverage!
1. Discover the Wines of Bordeaux
Bordeaux is one of the most well-known and celebrated wine regions in the world. Join Michael Fagan as he takes us on a journey to explore this historic region, its people, and their incredible wines. Find out why Bordeaux has such an esteemed reputation for producing some of the best wines in the world and learn about its rich history. Discover what makes this area so special for making great wines!
2. Discover The Wines of Southern Italy
Come join us on a journey to discover the wines of Southern Italy! In this documentary, Michael Fagan will take us through Sicily and Apulia – two regions renowned for their unique wine experiences. From sun-baked beauty in Sicily to elegant balance in Apulia, we’ll explore how innovation plays an important role in crafting incredible flavors. Let’s get started and uncover the secrets of Southern Italian wines!
3. The Wines of Burgundy
This video will explore the wines of Burgundy, a region in France that is renowned for its exquisite red wines. We’ll discuss how this small area has been able to produce some of the best wines in the world, with more than 300 wine producers creating 25 different varieties. Learn about the history and culture behind these amazing bottles as we uncover why Burgundy continues to be one of the most sought-after places for winemakers from across the globe!The wines of Burgundy are renowned for their quality, and this video will show you why. We’ll take a look at the region’s more than 300 producers and 25 varieties of wine.
4. “Pinot Noir” The Holy Grail of Wine
John Saemann was a man with an ambitious dream – to create the perfect Pinot Noir. He had no experience in wine making but ventured into Sonoma Mountain nonetheless, determined to make his mark on what some may consider the Holy Grail of Wine.What followed was years worth of hard work and dedication as John fought against centuries-old traditions and obstacles in order to craft something he could call his own.
5. Discover the Art of Making Wine
Have you ever wanted to learn more about the art of making wine? Join us as we follow Michael on his journey across Europe and explore how grape growing and winemaking are done. From planting seeds in Italy to vineyard management with French corkers, we’ll uncover what goes into a drinkable product. We’ll also discover some of the oldest civilizations that have been producing wine for thousands of years. So join us now and get ready to embark on an exciting adventure through the world of winemaking!
6.Vintage: A History of Wine Part 1
Do you know the history of wine? How did it become so popular today? In this documentary, explore how wine has been around since early times and was used as a medicine by the ancient Mesopotamians. Learn about when grape was introduced to Europe around 9500 BC and how that marked the beginning of viticulture and winemaking. Also find out about the first wine press created in 3000 BC in Asia Minor and discover when the first known winery opened up in Athens, Greece. We’ll also discuss why studies have shown drinking alcohol every day can be good for your health.
In the European Union, the term wine refers to an alcoholic beverage made from grapes only. Firstly some of the basic terms related to wine growing, wine-producing and winemaking are explained such as Viticulture, Vinification, Oenology, Vineyard, Winery. In common, there are five steps in the winemaking process. These are: 1. Harvesting, 2. Crushing and Pressing 3. Fermentation, 4. Clarification and 5. Ageing and bottling.
8. How One of California’s Biggest Wineries Produces Over 12 Million Bottles per Year
On this episode of ‘Dan Does,’ join host Daniel Geneen as he visits Francis Ford Coppola Vineyard in Geyserville California to uncover the secrets behind their famous wines. From supermarkets, to boutique wine shops and even Michelin-starred restaurants, learn how this wine has become a household name all over the country. Discover why it’s considered one of the best wines at every price point and find out what makes it so special!
9. Traditional homemade wine, the way grandpa used to make it
Do you want to learn how to make homemade organic wine? My grandfather used to do this not too long ago, and he was an expert in the process. In this documentary, I’ll show you the traditional tools and vessels that are more than 50 years old and explain all of the subtleties and rules that must be observed during fermentation. You’ll also get a glimpse of how wild yeasts can naturally ferment red wine without any added sulfuric acid or potassium metabisulphite. So join me as I take you on a journey into making quality homemade wine!
10.How Wine INVADED THE WORLD
11.Discover The Wines of Chile
From the majestic Andes Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, Chile is a world-class wine producing nation. This documentary takes you on an incredible journey through this beautiful country and reveals the secrets behind its success. Learn about passionate industry leaders, top quality wines, and stunning landscapes in this 2007 production. Discover why Chile has become one of the best places for winemaking!Discover the secrets of Chile, one of the world’s leading wine producing nations.
12. Discover The Red Wines of Burgundy
Pinot noir has become a beloved varietal around the world, and Burgundy is the grape’s ancestral home. Michael Fagan takes us on an exploration of Burgundy’s historic vineyards and cellars to discover why these wines are so highly sought after. Join him as he uncovers the secrets behind this benchmark for pinot noir production!Are you a fan of pinot noir? Then come join Michael Fagan on a journey through the historic vineyards and cellars of Burgundy. This documentary will explore the amazing influence this small region has had on wine production worldwide. Get ready to uncover why these wines are considered to be the benchmark for pinot noir!