Filmmaker Emily Railsback and award-winning sommelier Jeremy Quinn provide intimate access to rural family life in the Republic of Georgia as they explore the rebirth of 8,000-year-old winemaking traditions almost lost during the period of Soviet rule. By using unobtrusive iPhone technology, Railsback brings the voices and ancestral legacies of modern Georgians directly to the viewer, revealing an intricate and resilient society that has survived regular foreign invasion and repeated attempts to erase Georgian culture. The revival of traditional winemaking is the central force driving this powerful, independent and autonomous nation to find its 21st century identity.
“... a thoroughly charming documentary about winemaking in post-Soviet Georgia.”
The New York Times
Official Selection (Culinary Cinema) - 2018 Berlinale International Film Festival
Additional scenes exploring Georgian culture and terroir
Traditional Georgian Songs
Sketch and poster gallery