I really enjoyed the stories contained in this wine documentary. I especially enjoyed the information about Carlisle and Brooks, two wineries I regularly purchase. I've been to Brooks Winery down the road from me and it is a terrific winery with a sad but determined history.
The only real problem I noted was the editing. The narrative jumps around quite a bit and there isn't often a clear reason as to why. I think the folks who made this documentary wanted to keep Jim Brooks' death a secret until closer to the end (for a more dramatic reveal), but this isn't a TV drama and I think that was a poor choice in setting up the timeline.
I did enjoy hearing about the Virginia winery (nice to get a viewpoint from outside the main growing regions of the west coast). I would have liked either a couple more producers, maybe something in Washington or Finger Lakes New York?
I would have enjoyed it better if the story had focused on each producer in more depth at a time (less skipping around) or even just stayed with each story a little longer before jumping.