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Vino with that film?: The Kids Are All Right inspires a cinematic wine list

Posted June 09, 2010 to photo album "Vino with that film?: The Kids Are All Right inspires a cinematic wine list"

Inspired by The Kids Are All Right's wine savvy, we pair wines to other Focus Features films.

Slide 1: The Kids Are All Right with Wine
Slide 2: Atonement and 1935 Barbeito Bual Madeira
Slide 3: A Serious Man and Vinedo de Los Vientos 'Alcyone'
Slide 4: Lost in Translation and Suntory
Slide 5: The Motorcycle Diaries and 1977 Estrella from Bodega Weinert
Slide 6: Shaun of the Dead and Frappato of Andrea Occhipinti
Slide 7: Far From Heaven and Giacomo Conterno's Barolo Monfortino
Slide 8: Taking Woodstock and Boone's Farm Apple Wine
Slide 9: About the Author
Slide 8: Taking Woodstock and Boone's Farm Apple Wine

Slide 8: Taking Woodstock and Boone's Farm Apple Wine

The canonical pairing for Taking Woodstock would be something cheap, youth-friendly, and of its time: Boone’s Farm Apple Wine (NV). Along with Night Train (the one with the film noir label) and WPLJ (White Port and Lemon Juice, a Zappa favorite), Boone’s Farm Apple Wine was the drink of choice of the upstate New York youth culture. For something with a similar spirit, but organic, updated, and actually drinkable: the delicious artisanal Grenache rosé from A Donkey and Goat Winery.