Somm 3
Master Sommeliers Taste Rare Bottles

Somm 3 - Master Sommeliers Taste Rare Bottles
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Somm 3 was an incredible film, it really opened my eyes to the gullibility of the general populace. To believe these frauds, who admit their craft is somewhat speculative, should have the run of the world of wine - creating and destroying fortunes on a whim - is absolutely ludicrous. Wine is ...Read more

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Emily

They say wine tasting is subjective. At the end of the day, it's about drinking what you like, learning from others, and trying to appreciate the hard work and history behind a bottle of wine. I don't see what that has to do with conspiracy theories

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Laurie

I really enjoyed these three stylish SOMM films about wine. The first and the third (this one) were the best because of the excellent build-up of suspense. I feel as though the profession is served well by these films, which demystify the sommelier by showing some of the down-to-earth, ...Read more

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