Bottle Shock

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I am REALLY looking forward to seeing this movie. The famous ‘Judgment of Paris’ tasting is a fascinating story, and Bottle Shock has a great cast to tell the tale.

Here is an interview with the amazing Alan Rickman discussing the movie, the events that inspired it, and the process of making the film.

Bottle Shock opens in limited release on Wednesday, August 6th.

  • Steve

    Hey Joe,
    Saw this yesterday…it’s a very well made movie. A very touching tribute to wine and winos (and a hint of ’70′s drug nostalgia). Alan Rickman, who can do no wrong, somehow manages to walk the wire of eccentric brit/wine snob while still being very funny. Bill Pullman, however, I think will be up for an Academy award for his portrayal of Jim Barrett…the owner of Chateau Montelena. Very understated…but powerful.

  • Steve

    Hey Joe,
    Saw this yesterday…it’s a very well made movie. A very touching tribute to wine and winos (and a hint of ’70′s drug nostalgia). Alan Rickman, who can do no wrong, somehow manages to walk the wire of eccentric brit/wine snob while still being very funny. Bill Pullman, however, I think will be up for an Academy award for his portrayal of Jim Barrett…the owner of Chateau Montelena. Very understated…but powerful.

  • http://www.anotherwineblog.com Joe Power

    Thanks for the review. I haven’t seen it yet, but I hope to soon. Rickman can, indeed, do no wrong.

  • http://www.anotherwineblog.com Joe Power

    Thanks for the review. I haven’t seen it yet, but I hope to soon. Rickman can, indeed, do no wrong.

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