THE FAITH charts the creation of the 08 vintage, a saga that is above all a drama of the weather: everyone from vineyard worker to chief winemaker can only look anxiously at the sky as it appears hell-bent on making the year a wretched one. One bottle of this cult wine can cost up to £1000 a bottle … if the vintage is good. And there’s the rub: the quality of the vintage is not up to man, but in the lap of the gods.. Blessed by sunshine, in previous years, and a soaring economy, Margaux has turned itself into the world’s luxury wine. From the inside, we track the meticulous cultivation of a top-notch brand: Margaux’s urbane director, Paul Pontallier, serves the role of chief evangelist, and we follow him all the way to China where he is almost mobbed by Asian devotees of Margaux. But as Corinne says – “At the end of the day we’re farmers.” All the PR in the world isn’t going to make the rain stop falling … but will the reluctant sun make enough of an appearance to save the vintage?