Oz and James's Big Wine Adventure is a unique sociological TV experiment. Featuring Oz Clarke - renowned wine authority, Francophile and former Wine Tasting Champion of the World - as he attempts to reveal the wonder of the world's most complex viniculture to James May - a beer drinker who admires the Renault 4 but can identify a wine only as being 'nice' or 'nasty'. The results are often ugly and embarrassing for Britain. This is what happens when two grown men spend a month together in a car arguing bout who's going to drive and weather or not it is acceptable to eat with your fingers in the Chateau of a French aristocrat. French wine, for many people, is a subject shrouded in mystery and confusion and following Oz and James's Big Wine Adventure, it remains so. Can you make your own wine in a bucket Should you spit or sallow? And where does this tent pole go?