Chip Taylor Communications

Subject: Science: Agriculture

Agricultural Sciences Series

This series not only underscores the importance of intelligent farming, while documenting significant advances made in agriculture; it also offers programs that underscore the importance of environmentally sound farming practices that are beneficial to all parts of our growing world. Series: 7 programs (15 to 60 minutes). Click for more

Lords of the Wine (New Zealand Wine)

Lords of the Wine (New Zealand Wine)

Wine making and vine growing in New Zealand date back to the early 19th century, but now in the 21st century the country has burst upon the world scene with wines of matchless flavor. With wine largely produced in ten major wine growing regions, which are from north to south: Northland, Auckland, Waikato/Bay of Plenty, Gisborne, Hawke's Bay, Wellington, Nelson, Marlborough, Canterbury/Waipara and Central Otago, it's no surprise New Zealander wineries love the tag, "Lords of the Wine." In this fascinating and in-depth documentary, filmed under different seasonal conditions over a period of eight years, we gain a unique insight into the New Zealand wine industry and discover how the country's vast range of climates and soil types produce a diverse array of styles, each with their own distinctive flavor. Also, as the world's demand for wine grows, we learn that New Zealand's winemakers and grape growers are facing the challenges with eco-friendly growing practices, delivering quality in a sustainable and environmentally sound manner. Produced by Golem Productions, Ltd. 2011 JSCA 58 min.
Also See: New Zealand: An Insider's Look; Germany 4: Lake Constance and the Mosel Wine Region; South Africa 5: Cape Wine Estates; Margrit Biever Mondavi: The Wine Queen of Napa Valley; Adventure in New Zealand
Also by Golem Productions: Meet Tame Iti (Tuhoe, Maori): Meet "The Prick"; An Exclusive Conversation With Sir Edmund Hillary

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