New wine documentary available to all on International Sauvignon Blanc Day
To celebrate International Sauvignon Blanc Day (Friday 1st May), Villa Maria invites consumers everywhere to watch feature-length documentary, Vintage.
The UK’s favourite New Zealand wine brand* is sharing the newly launched film, free of charge, for 72h only. Between 1pm on Thursday 30th April and 1pm on Monday 4th May, wine lovers everywhere can stream Vintage via http://www.vintagebyvillamaria.com/. The Kiwi wine experience provides an opportunity for everyone to enjoy a little wanderlust and celebrate International Sauvignon Blanc Day in style – without leaving home.
Vintage offers a glimpse behind the scenes of making award-winning wine, exploring the challenges, skill and dedication required to bring a wine vintage from grape to bottle. Winemakers and viticulturists Stu Dudley, Nick Picone, Jess Marston and Ollie Powrie provide captivating personal narratives in the pursuit of perfection.
Speaking about the documentary, author and wine expert Oz Clarke MBE, said: “Vintage is a tremendous watch. New Zealand’s vineyards have rarely looked more alluring. The winery processes seem challenging and intriguing and are explained in an easy, lucid style, and the bunch of local Kiwis and foreign drop-ins the director has assembled to talk us through the 40 days from picking the first grape to closing down the final vat, are an engaging crew who tell us really interesting, personal stuff. The photographic direction is exciting, unpredictable and electric.”
Vintage by Villa Maria is also available for rent or purchase on Amazon Prime.