A Powers of Ten of Wine

Here’s an excerpt from a new film we did exploring the concept of Powers of Ten Thinking. The idea was to look at one topic–Wine–from various orders of magnitude. The complete film will soon be online, but this excerpt connects the spatial journey to many different ideas and dimensions of wine.

It features conversation with Peter Gago, the chief winemaker of Penfolds, that took place at Magill Estate in the outskirts of Adelaide, Australia.

As always:

Drink Responsibly.
Wine (and all alcohol) is not for anyone below the legal drinking age in their current jurisdiction.

This video is intended as an exploration of a substance that has been woven in to human culture and ritual for generations, not in any way as encouragement for its use.

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