WineMasters.tv: Founded by wine lovers, for wine lovers
WineMasters.tv is the premium digital streaming channel devoted exclusively to wine. The content was created to help deepen your understanding and appreciation of wine.
On WineMasters.tv you can find “The WineMasters Documentary Series”. These cinematic documentaries will immerse you in the world of wine, showing behind the scenes of the world’s best wineries in the world’s premier wine regions, from Chateau Angelus and Drouhin in France, to Gaja and Antinori in Italy, to Alvaro Palacios and Torres in Spain, and to Dr. Loosen in Germany & Austria. Each episode delves into the lives and values of these ancient wine families, showing you never-before-seen footage of how the world’s top wines are made.
You can also discover “The WineMasters Class Series”. This is a 48-episode complete video wine course. Each season is taught by a Master of Wine and a world-champion Sommelier, to give you the knowledge you need to ace any upper-level wine exam, or to simply enrich your understanding of the world’s wine regions and styles.
In addition, you will probably enjoy “The Sauce is in the Glass”, that is a newly launched series hosted by world-famous chef and sommelier Andreas Laarson, each week featuring a famous winemaker as co-host. Each episode reveals tips and tricks to improve your cooking, wine pairing, and wine tasting skills!
And coming soon – The Wild Side of Wine. A thrilling wine travel show led by Master of Wine Peter Richards. He will take you on an amazing adventure through old-world ancient wine cultures, and new-world up-and-coming wine regions.
New episodes are released every two weeks, with programming that’s both entertaining and informative!
It should be mention that in less than twenty years the film director and producer Klaas de Jong has produced 33 feature-length films and miniseries in Dutch and English and between 2005-2019 won 14 domestic and international film awards from the Accolade Competition, the Golden Film awards, and the Platin Film awards.
It is interesting that he uses eleven cinematic grade cameras and professional drones to capture the majesty of the world’s greatest wine regions, spending 9 days (3 in winter, 3 in summer, and 3 at harvest) with each wine family to share with you the yearly life cycle of their vineyards in a 45-minute documentary.