Wine has been made for thousands of years with two ingredients, grapes and time. At Cecchin winery in Mendoza, Argentina they continue to make this drink in the same manor. This film may not jive with all Wine Enthusiasts, but it's an intriguing perspective
Mark Gould is one of the last coopers. The craft of barrel-building is quickly fading, but Gould has pursued it as a full-time job for the last 15 years. Through coopering and promoting Alaskan resources, Gould has found a passion and a guiding philosophy.
After leaving a secure career on Alaska's North Slope oil fields, Gould founded Kachemak Cooperage and has supported himself and his family through his work building and restoring barrels, hot tubs, and saunas.
Shot and Edited by John Norris
Music by Lyndon Scarfe and XPURM
Special Thanks to Anchorage Brewing Company
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The Farm opens in early 2015. As the first thing you see on the drive into Byron Bay, The Farm has been very mysterious, field after field of amazing new things growing. We spent a day with Will Cotterill and Mark LaBrooy and were totally inspired by what they're creating.
Thanks to The Field Institute. They are a design-led research, communications and strategy office focused on food and agriculture. http://fieldinstitute.co/
Music - Eleven Magpies - 'Loft Party' https://soundcloud.com/elevenmagpies || https://www.facebook.com/elevenmagpies