FOOD ON FILM: Blind ambition (12A) + intro + wine tasting workshop

A Centre for Rural Policy Research event
Date25 January 2023
Time18:15
PlaceExeter Phoenix

Joseph, Marlvin, Pardon and Tinashe form a unlikely team of Zimbabwean refugees turned sommeliers, who turn the international wine establishment of privilege and tradition on its head in this inspiring documentary.

Joseph, Marlvin, Pardon and Tinashe form a unlikely team of Zimbabwean refugees turned sommeliers, who turn the international wine establishment of privilege and tradition on its head in this inspiring documentary.

Having escaped starvation and tyranny in their homeland of Zimbabwe, the team of four have conquered the odds to become South Africa’s top wine tasters. Driven by relentless optimism, a passion for their craft and unshakeable national pride, they form Zimbabwe’s first ever wine tasting team and set their sights on the coveted title of ‘World Wine Tasting Champions’. From the moment they arrive in France to compete, this team of mavericks.

This full-bodied story is loaded with inspiration and leaves a long lasting satisfying taste well after the credits have rolled.

https://exeterphoenix.org.uk/events/food-on-film-blind-ambition/


ProviderCentre for Rural Policy Research

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