Richard Juhlin Champagne documentary

The world’s leading Champagne expert Richard Juhlin hosts a Champagne Celebration documentary. Organised over three glorious New York City nights by friend John Kapon, CEO of Acker, Merrall & Condit, the world’s leading fine wine auction house. The documentary covers: An Introduction to Champagne and terroir, 1996 Vintage at Gramercy Tavern with Chef Michael Anthony, and Fine & Rare vintages from the cellar of legendary collector Robert Rosania at Le Bernardin with three-star Michelin Chef Eric Ripert. All lead by the guiding light of Richard Juhlin. Famed for having tasted over 8,000 champagnes and penning such best selling books as the comprehensive Champagne Guide. New York photography by the Hayes Brothers, New York stock footage by T3Media, and Champagne photography by Uri Schwarz of Fluxform. Written and edited by Stuart Rankin and Niall Phelan. Produced by Niall Phelan. Voice over by Matt Nipperess. Music from Universal Music.

Chateau Margaux Great Wall video

Chateau Margaux organized a gala dinner on the Great Wall of China in collaboration with Acker, Merrall & Condit the leading fine wine auction house. This unforgettable evening was held at Juyongguan, a restored section of the Great Wall just fifty kilometers from Beijing. Seventy-three guests, including some of the top wine collectors in Asia, were served fourteen vintages of Chateau Margaux paired perfectly with the dishes created and prepared by Guy Savoy, a three-star Michelin chef. In an effort to lend support to the protection of this UNESCO world heritage site, five unique lots were offered for auction with profits going to the China Great Wall Society, who watch over the conservation of the Great Wall. Château Margaux brought in Fluxform and Story Inc. Asia to tell this unique story. Written by Stuart Rankin and Niall Phelan. Music mixed by Tung Tang at Schtung Music, voice over by Matt Nipperess, shot by Uri Schwarz, edited by Stuart Rankin, produced and directed by Niall Phelan.


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