Who doesn’t love snuggling up on the couch, popping open a bottle of wine, and tuning into a movie on a relaxing weekend night. These flicks will get you fully immersed in the delicious pairing of wine and film!
Sideways is known as the film that helped to reignite America’s passion for Pinot Noir, but it can be enjoyed with any type of wine! This story of a low-key bachelor trip to Santa Barbara County wineries is a study in personal strength, friendship, and wine nerdom!
Bottle Shock (2008):
Known as The Judgement of Paris, a 1976 competition in France ranked French and Californian wines with surprising results! A star-studded cast endearingly recreates the epic moment in history when California wines first got their moment on the global stage.
A Walk in the Clouds (1995):
Enjoy an early Keanu Reeves performance with this swoon-worthy romance set in a post-WWII Napa Valley. Trials, triumphs, and true love abound, with heart-pounding moments framed in scenic California vineyards.
Follow four youthful wine phenoms as they study for the rigorous “Master Sommelier” exam in this compelling documentary. The level of expertise displayed by these candidates is truly impressive and you’ll love cheering them on!
The Secret of Santa Vittoria (1969):
Anthony Quinn stars in this spirited jaunt set in 1940’s Italy, where the eponymous townsfolk conspire to hide their cache of locally produced wine from occupying German soldiers. Filmed in the picturesque Tuscan village of Anticoli Corrado, the vistas are a breathtaking backdrop for this charming tale.