This is a pretty interesting film about the wine industry in China. Some of the film looks at the 2009 & 2010 vintage years of French Bordeaux red wine. Chinese investors bid up the price of these unusually good years to very high prices. The effect was to price other players out of the market place.
The film touches upon the very large number of billionaires and millionaires in China. One very wealthy businessman is shown to have made his money manufacturing sex toys. He has a very large wine collection.
The Chinese are also seeking to establish their own home-grown wine industry. This activity includes buying French chateaus and moving them for reassembly in China. They are also buying French wine growing lands and taking over their operations.
One wine growing investor is attempting to grow grapes in an area of China with severe weather extremes. This requires the vines to be buried to survive harsh winters. Workers then have to dig them up again in the spring. This seems like less than a winning business plan.
This was a very intriguing documentary.