Organic wine, biodynamic, natural, sulphite-free: Bottles are now classified in new categories.
The labels "old vines" or "aged in oak barrels" are no longer the only marker or guarantee of quality for the buyer who is not an expert. If people are drinking less, it would seem that they are drinking better, even if it means paying on average 10% more for their bottles in a rapidly expanding market, that of organic wine, which has increased by 20% per year for the past 10 years.
How are these wines of the future produced and certified? And how are the biggest domains adapting to this new demand? In the form of a trek around France to meet the winemakers who are shaping new tastes, this documentary explores this new and growing viticulture.
Direction: François Althabegoïty
Production: Point du Jour for France Télévisions