Explores the rise of one of Spain’s most famous winemakers while explaining the relationship between food sustainability and culture.
Vivanco: Love and Wine traces the fascinating, four-generation family history that has played a major role in the transformation of Rioja and thus Spanish wine. Filmmaker Zev Robinson shows how the prosperity of Rioja wine has helped to keep many of the wine growers and makers rooted to their generational heritage, while others are sadly uprooted elsewhere. Although the context is wine, the story is about vision, family, passion and tenacity.
Run time: 53 minutes; Spanish with English Subtitles.
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Vivanco: Love and Wine forms part of Zev Robinson’s “The Art and Politics of Eating” project, exploring the relationship between food, sustainability and culture. His other documentaries, Arribes: Everything Else is Noise and Life on the Douro also focus is on wine, agriculture and its relationship to people, and food and sustainability in rural Spain.