Blood Into Wine

Synopsis: Take a look inside the life of one of Rock music's most mysterious and interesting figures. With winemaking in his blood, multiplatinum recording artist Maynard James Keenan sets out to bring notariety to Arizona's burgeoning wine regions.
Genre: Documentary
Production: Twinkle Cash Company
Rotten Tomatoes:
100 min

and I'm here on the scenic

Verde canyon Railroad,

right alongside the Verde River

in Verde canyon.

Perched on the side of cleopatra Hill here

is the ToWn of Jerome,

the Billion Dollar Copper camp

it was called,

and others called it

the Wickedest city in the West.

Well, it had a wild reputation,

and it also burned completely to the ground

three times in its history.

It even became a ghost town for a While,

andthen it came back alive

and bigger than ever, I guess.

Then a man named Maynard Keenan,

in the mid-1 990s,

he came out

to the Wickedest city in the West,

and there he met up with Eric Glomski,

and by golly,

they started groWing grapes.

I came to Arizona inmy teens

in the '80s--late '80s-- to go to college.

And Arizona was kind of a place where

I became conscious as a human being,

so I've always felt

this really strong affinity to Arizona.

And I think Maynard, when you get

a chance to talk to him, would express--

he probably has some kind of parallel story

about finding home and relating to a place.

And so in a nutshell,

I'm here because Arizona's my home

and my wines are an expression

of a place that I call home.

I had a dream about being in Arizona,

and I had no real interest

in moving to Arizona.

Nothing against Phoenix,

but it wasn't really where I wanted to live.

And my only exposure to Arizona was that,

which is, of course,

the first criticism that people have

or question.

When We say we're growing grapes here,

they say "Isn't it a desert?

Isn't it full of cactuses

and, you know, cement and ex-strippers?"

And the answer is,

"Not necessarily up here."

So Tim Alexander brought me up here

to show me

this little town in Northern Arizona.

Brought him up here

and was like, "This is it," you know.

And the side of the mountain overlooking

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