Films about Drinks

Films about Drinks

Feature films about drinks.

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Films about Drinks
  • Sour Grapes

    A documentary about wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan who befriended the rich and powerful and sold millions of dollars of fraudulent wine through the top auction houses.

  • Agave: The Spirit Of A Nation

    Tequila and Mezcal spirits derived from the heart of the agave are the fastest trending spirits in the marketplace. In Mexico, families have passed down the tradition of distilling agave for generations. Discover how one plant can carry the weight of a culture and the people trying to protect it.

  • The Art of Blending (Cognac)

    Following mixologists Marcos Tello and Kyle Branche, Michelin-starred chef David Féau, and featuring small producers (Cognac Frapin, Cognac Paul Giraud) and large (Martell, Hennessy, Remy Martin), this film takes the viewer through the entire Cognac-making process – from the vineyard, to distilla...

  • Brewmore Baltimore

    Chronicling the rich history of the brewing industry in Baltimore, MD and narrated by two historians and beer enthusiasts, Maureen O'Prey and Rob Kasper, the movie takes a look at local businesses, home brewers and organizations preserving the brewing history in Baltimore. After a century of shar...

  • Decanted

    A documentary on the region and the winemakers who call Napa home, this follows the development of a brand new winery, Italics Winegrowers, seen through the eyes of elite Napa Valley winemakers in this small but highly revered wine region. Like a vine extending itself far underground seeking nour...

  • Bottle Shock

    In 1976, Steven Spurrier, a sommelier in Paris, comes to the Napa Valley to take the best he can find to Paris for a blind taste test against French wine.

  • Vintage

    A New Zealand winemaking team enters the period known as Vintage when wine is made 24/7 for months on end. Sleepless nights, endless labor, time away from home means they must ensure nature, science and magic come together to overcome each challenge Vintage presents.

  • Stewards of the Land (Sonoma)

    A James Beard Award-winning film about the key figures who transformed Sonoma County from green beans and hops to artisanal Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. This is a look at regionality and a return to slow foods and fermentation, with the simple philosophy of eating local food with local wine. Learn ...

  • A Year in Port

    With renowned wine importer Martine Saunier as our guide, we journey into Portugal's spectacular Douro Valley to explore the mystery and complexity of the world of port.

  • Barista

    Five top baristas find themselves pushing the limits of coffee perfection to win the National Barista Championship - a surreal competition where even one mistake is far too many.

  • A Year in Burgundy

    Follows seven wine-making families in the Burgundy region of France for a full year.

  • A Year in Champagne

    With renowned wine importer Martine Saunier as our guide, we get a rare glimpse behind the scenes into the real Champagne through six houses, from small independent makers to the illustrious houses of Gosset and Bollinger.

  • The Busboy

    Bobby Stuckey is a world-renowned sommelier and restaurateur who puts his guests first nearly all hours of the day. With an extraordinary work ethic and an obsession with impeccable service, Bobby has created one of Colorado’s most highly respected restaurants. In The Busboy, Bobby fights to main...

  • Murcia: Soul of a Land

    Known for its abundant produce and Calasparra rice, Murcia has recently made a distinct shift from producing bulk wine to making something of greater quality and international appeal. While this area in southeast Spain has practiced wine-making for centuries, its producers are only now coming int...

  • A Seat at the Table

    For nearly a century France has reigned supreme over the world of fine wine. What if one country famous for punching above its weight took on the aristocracy, breaking the rules of the Old World and were “beating the French at their own game”.