Stewards of the Land: Russian River Valley
FILMS ABOUT DRINKS • 20m
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 the lay of the land through interviews with some of the top wine critics, how to pair food with some of Russian River’s favorite wines, and a look at the harvest and winemaking techniques at one of Sonoma’s most respected wineries.
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