Santa Margherita wines hardly need an introduction. They are one of the largest and most popular producers in the world. Behind this massive operation is a family. Third generation Stefano Marzotto and his son, Vittorio weave the story of their family and wine through memories, food, and a bottle...
Drink a Bottle with Rebecca Phillips and Claire Coppi
Claire Coppi sits down with friend and sommelier, Rebecca Phillips to discuss and enjoy two Armenian traditional method sparkling wines. They talk about the history of winemaking in Armenia, its top grape varieties, and how both a brut and a brut rosé taste in the glass.
Four culinary professionals compete in an impossible blind-tasting challenge filmed at the FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen. Which of these highly trained pros takes home a rare and highly collected five-liter bottle of sparkling wine and claims the championship of “Tournament of Bubbles”?
In this SOMM TV original film, take a closer look at the next generation of Bourgogne, France. Defining the greatest wine in the world for centuries does not mean that you cannot embrace the future, and the winemakers of tomorrow in the storied region of Bourgogne are ready for the challenge.
Trailer: At the crossroads of Armenia and Iran, a father and daughter must overcome war, religion, and geopolitics to establish their wines on the global stage and reclaim a 6,000-year-old tradition of winemaking.
Cabernet Sauvignon is arguably one of the most popular grapes out there, so much so that it is currently the most planted red grape in the world. Explore our collection celebrating this famous grape, and learn all about the many different expressions of wine it is transformed into around the globe.
As one of the most beloved and popular grapes in the world, Pinot Noir creates wines of beautiful elegance, finesse, complexity, and longevity. Join SOMM TV as we travel all over the world to learn more about how different winemakers and wine regions approach bottling this noble grape.
Winner of a 2023 James Beard Award, this documentary takes viewers to five countries through the pages of a mysterious cookbook to experience how wasting nothing from an animal can teach us as much about our food as it can about the culture that made it.
Celebrate the Anniversary of the Judgment of Paris with these videos. Full documentary coming soon, only on SOMM TV. We open the original wines, show the films inspired by the event, and learn about all the people that made this iconic event happen.
Mozzarella is one of the most used but misunderstood cheeses in the world. We travel outside of Rome, Italy, to give you unprecedented access to the ancient process of making artisanal Mozzarella cheese. Master Sommelier and restauranteur Sabato Sagaria also tells you what to drink with this ep...
Since the first SOMM Film released, cast member Dustin Wilson has become one of the most influential restauranteurs, created one of NYC’s most important wine shops, and inspired many to follow a path into wine. On today’s podcast Dustin and Jason Wise unpack a decade of feelings about the wine b...
Four sommeliers attempt to pass the Master Sommelier Exam. SOMM is the first film in the SOMM Film Series. Enjoy exclusive bonus features round the making of the film including feature cast commentary and more.