Jean returns home from a decade abroad to reconnect with his aging father. He’s welcomed by his strong-willed sister, Juliette and Jeremie, the youngest. Their father passes shortly after his return and the siblings must learn to fix their relationship to preserve the land that ties them together.
Taking a scenic trip through the sun-dappled vineyards of the French countryside, Cédric Klapisch serves a comforting blend of intimate family drama and Proustian reminiscence. With its fascinating insights into the winemaking process, Back to Burgundy is a oenophile’s ode to cultural tradition.