Film review: Wine, The Green Revolution
23 Sep 2013 by Richard Hemming
See also  this guide to our organic and biodynamic viticulture stock take last week. Guillaume Bodin is a young French film director and viticulturist with an enthusiasm for biodynamics that is unequivocally apparent from his current project. 'The Green Revolution' of the title refers to the interest in biodynamics that has surged over the last decade or so. Shot mostly in Burgundy, where Bodin works for producers Bret Brothers, the film is a thoughtful account of the biodynamic process driven mostly by interviews with winemakers and grape growers. The style is slow moving and pensive, which is in keeping with the seriousness...

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