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
 
IMDB:
7.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
71%
Year:
2010
100 min
Website
39 Views


Welcome back to...

Focus on Interesting Things.

Today we have a very special guest.

It's Main Man Keenan.

May...Nerd.

Nerd.

I've got to admit,

I'm playing a little bit of catch-up here.

I don't know if you know this,

but the reason you're here is

we had a last-minute cancellation.

We Were supposed

to have Keanu Reeves on.

Unfortunately, he couldn't make it,

so we're stuck...

with another rock and roller here

who's got some other product

he has made

in his basement apparently, so.

I actually stayed up really late last night

and prepared a bunch of questions for Neo

and his experiences

with Laurence Fishburne

and what kind of

that dynamic was like on the set.

Well, I'm a Speed freak.

I love his work in that film,

and I wished he Was in Speed 2.

Like we do every week,

we have a guest that has

a very interesting thing

that they'd like to show to the world.

Maynard, what do you have for us today?

I make wine in Arizona.

Just the kind of Wine you can get

at a supermarket for cooking or-

You could cook with it,

but I prefer you drink it.

You know, Tim was actually telling me

that you went to the grocery store

and there's--

Hundreds of wine available.

He said he looked down an aisle,

and he said he could only see wine bottles

as far as a man could see.

So I wouldn't necessary

categorize it as an interesting.

You know, my problem with wine

is the tart acidic flavors

and the way that it doesn't

make you feel well later.

It's not-- It's not something

I'd recommend, would you?

Yeah. I mean--

Yeah, I make wine. I'm a Winemaker.

But is it something

you'd recommend people drink?

Yeah.

- When I go to the grocery-

-okay.

Whenl look at a bottle of wine,

I see a big logo that says

"Women don't drink,

"children don't drink,

- "men don't drink, between--

-zero and--

...seniors don't drink."

And that kind of a warning to me says...

hands off.

I'm not going to drink this poison.

I don't know where you're getting that.

It doesn't say that you shouldn't--

that men shouldn't--

You think that people should be drinking

this stuff that you have in the bottle?

- Yes, I do.

- Okay.

That's just Where we're

going to have to differ With that.

If Keanu was here, I could ask him--

So, Maynard,

I have a silly question for you.

Why do you think people like to drink wine?

I don't think there's

a simple answer to that one.

Do you want the hippie answer

or the obvious answer?

Let's try the hippie ansWer.

In the movie The Fifth Element,

Milla Jovovich, the Supreme Being--

They're showing you

DNA structure of a human.

It's a double helix DNA strand,

and then all of a sudden they start

reconstructing the Supreme Being,

and it's 64 pairs, you know,

or some crazy number of DNA strands

that make up this

much more complex being.

Just the complexity within a grape

is so far beyond other fruits,

you just end up, when you make--

When you ferment them

and you consume them later,

just the complexities

that come out of those--

that enzyme structure and everything

that goes on in that glass,

it's a Supreme Being.

I'm going to suggest that this thing

is just so far evolved

and so much more complex.

It has so much more of a history

than the other fruits,

which is probably, on some level,

why we respond to it

and embrace it.

That's my hippie explanation,

other than, you know...

get drunk at prom

and get those panties off.

So why do you think

people like to get drunk?

They don't like wearing panties?

I don't know.

Hello. I'm Marshall Trimble,

official Arizona state historian,

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