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A Seat at the Table

Film (Trailer) – 2019

The wine produced in '75 in New Zealand was nothing short of garbage, so I thought something had to be done.
– Émigré and méthode traditionnelle maker Daniel Le Brun
The Old World reaction to the New World and New Zealand wine is twofold — it’s one of surprise, and one of fear.
– Cameron Douglas, one of New Zealand's only Master Sommeliers
It’s easy to make a great wine — just the 200 first years are difficult.
– Winemaker Philippe Blanc, from Château Beychevelle in Bordeaux, France
It was very apparent early on when the first wines were produced out of Marlborough how good they were. I mean, they’ve put New Zealand on the map.
– James Healy, co-founder of Marlborough's Dog Point Vineyard
...the film presents a hilarious juxtaposition between some classic Kiwi Fred Dagg-esque characters, and the immaculately polished and presented winemakers of Burgundy and Champagne.
– Newshub writers Ben O'Connor and Sarah Templeton, 30 July 2019