In 1983 Pascal Marchand, a 21-year-old aspiring poet from Montreal, arrived in the mythical land of Burgundy to work the harvest. Immediately enchanted, he settled there and embarked on an unlikely path to winemaking stardom. Three decades later, he is renowned as an artist and innovator, finding his inspiration in the techniques of the medieval Cistercian monks who meticulously studied and refined Burgundy’s winemaking. Captured over the catastrophic 2016 season, which saw devastating frosts, hailstorms, and disease in the vineyards, Grand Cru is both a love letter and a cautionary tale, as winemakers like Pascal face the unpredictable and destructive consequences of climate change.
After the screening there will be a Q&A with winemaker Pascal Marchand and reception featuring Marchand-Tawse Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016, one of the wines from the film.
$25 (members), $30 (nonmembers)
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