Pinot Noir 2017, Wellington, New Zealand - a film

 

While I was attending Pinot Noir 2017, I put together a short-ish film of the proceedings, capturing some of the best moments of the three days. It was a trill remarkable event: it wasn’t just the 117 wineries and the lovely New Zealand Pinot Noirs they poured, but instead there was a narrative theme running through it. This theme was Turangawaewae – the place or places we feel especially empowered and connected to. We are shaped by place, just as wine is. There was also a wonderful sense of connection as we all got together.

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