Join us at the Rio Theatre for director Jason Wise‘s latest entry into his acclaimed wine documentary series – SOMM 3.
Hosted by the Georgia Straight‘s resident wine columnist Kurtis Kolt, the evening will also feature a curated VIP wine tasting from local distributors and wineries followed by a lively panel, Q&A, special guests and more.
Tuesday, November 20
VIP Tickets / Wine Tasting + Film $40 Advance SOLD OUT
Film Ticket $15 HERE | $18 at the door
VIP Wine Tasting 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Film 7:30 pm
*Must be 19+ w/ID for entry and bar service.
**Sorry, Rio Theatre Groupons and passes not accepted for this event.
***Online ticket sales for this event will end at 4:00 pm on November 20.
Official Site http://somm-film.com/
We are excited to welcome SOMM III narrator Madeline Puckette of Wine Folly as our special guest for the evening. No stranger to the world of wine, Madeline Puckette’s WineFolly.com is one of the world’s top online destinations for wine enthusiasts, and her newest book Wine Folly: Magnum Edition: The Master Guide has just been released to critical acclaim.
Host Kurtis Kolt will have a Q & A session on stage with Madeline between the VIP Wine Tasting and the film showing. After the show, Madeline will be available for book signings.
We have 50 editions of Wine Folly: Magnum Edition: The Master Guide available for pre-sale for Somm III attendees at a discounted price of $30. To secure your copy for the show and signing, please email <email@example.com>.
Special thanks to our friends at Massey Wines + Spirits as well as participating vendors including Champagne Lelarge-Peugeot, Bella Wines, Synchromesh Wines, Echo Bay Wines, A Sunday In August, Kutatás Wines, Sedimentary Imports and more.
SOMM III (Jason Wise, 2018 / 78 mins) Three legends in the world of wine – Fred Dame, Steven Spurrier and Jancis Robinson – sit down in Paris to taste the rarest bottles of their careers. Meanwhile, Dustin Wilson gathers the greatest blind tasters of today in New York City for a secret tasting similar to the original Judgment of Paris, with the goal to see if any of the world’s Pinot Noirs can stand up to the greatest Burgundies of France. In the end, both tastings cross with results that could change the world of wine forever.