Grand Cru

A Montrealer risks it all to fulfill his dream of becoming one of the few elite wine producers in Burgundy, France. > more

Care Rebels

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Burgundy Jazz

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Lost Rivers

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Mr. Crab

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Grand Cru

Pascal Marchand, an aspiring poet from Montreal, arrived in the mythical land of Burgundy in the 1980s on a quest to immerse himself in French culture. Instead, he found his calling as a winemaker – an upstart foreigner amongst families with centuries-old titles and traditions. Passionately dedicated to evoking an authentic sense of place in his wines, today he struggles to maintain his artisanal and unconventional "biodynamic" approach in the face of industrialized agriculture, soaring land costs, climate change, and the cut-throat international wine business. Will this maverick outsider be able to fulfill his dream of becoming one of the few elite wine producers in Burgundy?

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