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|Feb 04, 2016-|
Feb 04, 2016
06:00PM - 09:30PM
|Hotel Healdsburg to host a post-film discussion of SOMM: Into the Bottle at 6 p.m. on Feb. 4, 2016|
Enjoy a post-film discussion at Hotel Healdsburg’s Grange Hall with local wines and food catered by Dry Creek Kitchen
25 Matheson St, Healdsburg, CA 95448
What: Hotel Healdsburg will host a post-film discussion of SOMM: Into the Bottle at 6 p.m. on February 4, 2016 after a screening of the movie at the Raven Performing Arts Theater
SOMM: Into the Bottle, is the follow up to writer/director Jason Wise’s 2013 cult-hit SOMM. SOMM: Into the Bottle to raises the curtain into the seldom seen world that surrounds the wine we drink. Through the eyes of the world’s greatest somms and winemakers, the film showcases that far more than just grapes go into the bottle.
Held in the hotel’s Grange Hall and led by executive director Kathryn Hecht of the Alexander Valley Film Society, the post-movie discussion will be catered by Dry Creek Kitchen – the property’s critically acclaimed restaurant – with a cheese buffet, cookies and notable local wines.
Adding to the experience and discussion of the film, co-producer Geoff Kruth will attend both the screening and the reception at Grange Hall, where local wineries Rodney Strong Vineyards, Unti Vineyards and La Follette will be pouring a variety of vintages.
- Movie screened at the Raven Performing Arts Theater (415 Center St, Healdsburg, CA)
- Post-film discussion held at Hotel Healdsburg in the Grange Hall (25 Matheson St, Healdsburg, CA)
Thursday, February 4, 2016; movie begins at 6 pm
Link to purchase tickets: https://crm.fundly.com/1138/Pages/Events/#/Details/447//
Film + Reception/Post-Film Discussion
General admission: $55.00
AVFS member price: $50.00
(Prices will go up by $5.00 at the door)
Individual movie tickets: $12.00
AVFS member price: $10.00
(Prices will go up by $2.00 at the door)
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