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The 31st Wine Country Film Festival (WCFF), wine country's original showcase of international magic cinema. Sept. 22-24 in Sonoma Valley.
WCFF boasts a showcase of 51 films from 22 countries, including nine films from new independent filmmakers from Iran, engaging conversations with filmmakers, winemakers and chefs, a seminar with world-renown sommelier Charlie Arturaola, with some of the world's best wines, delicious food prepared specially to complement movies and the seminar Test Your Senses.
oday Saturday Sept. 23 program special events. There is a two-hour seated tasting seminar with world-renown Sommelier Charlie Arturaola and Sonoma Sommelier Christopher Sawyer and the American Ambassador #USA Ambassador of the World Contest of Brussels (#CMB2018 #Concours Mondiale Bruxellles 2018) that will take place on #Haidian Beijing #China May 2018 11th-13th 2018., and Michael Traverso, Senior brand manager for Wilson Daniels in Healdsburg, will introduce wines from the grapes of the Italia-Argentinean comedy The Duel of Wine about a sommelier (starring Arturaola) who has lost his sense of taste.
Test Your Senses it is a Wine-Tasting Seminar Wine with the best wines and flavors from Rioja Alavesa, Arnaldo Caprai, Nadia Zenato Italy & Malbec Catena from Mendoza Argentina, and Champagne Gosset from France on Saturday, 23/09 14h-16 h Runs 2-4 p.m., $75 per person at Quarryhill. Reservations are required. Seating is limited
The Duel of Wine about a sommelier (starring Arturaola) who has lost his palate and sense of taste. The comedy screens at Quarryhill later that night. The Arturaolas’ Film features screened outdoors at Quarryhill Botanical Garden in Glen Ellen and in the historic venue Kenwood Depot, where the seminar ‘Test Your Sense’ and special events will take place Today. Admission to the film Quarryhill tonight $20.
to www.wcff.us. Individual film tickets ($10-$20) can be purchased day of show (cash only) or online.
Information: 707-935-3456; wcff.us
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