Wine on film: My (retro) review of “Bottle Shock,” and remembering Alan Rickman.

This week I am exploring a new “series” on Rockin Red Blog. I am going to feature a fellow blogger’s article each day to offer you some variety.

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Judgement of Paris today I am sharing with you Sean Munger’s take on the classic wine film “Bottle Shock.” The film does not recount the events precisely and leaves out some important details but it is a fun and entertaining Hollywood movie. And it features the late, great Alan Rickman. So today raise your glass of Napa Valley Chardonnay and toast to the Judgement of Paris! Cheers

7 responses to “Wine on film: My (retro) review of “Bottle Shock,” and remembering Alan Rickman.”

  1. Love that movie. I went to the boxing ring and also the old stone building that was supposed to be in France. Both are actually at the Kunde Estate in Kenwood.

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