Directed by Jason Wise|
Not Rated, 78 min.
The world of wine hasn't always been the way it is today. In 1976, Steven Spurrier held the Judgment of Paris, a blind tasting where American wines beat out the classic French wines and put wine on a global platform. Wine critics like Jancis Robinson, one of the most prolific wine writers, started to influence what wine people drank. And then theres Fred Dame, father of the restaurant wine list and the man that made the sommelier profession what it is today. In SOMM 3, these three legends of the industry 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 worlds 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.
This screening is a fundraiser for the National Ability Center. A pre-film wine tasting will begin at 5:30pm - Tickets are $40 and include 3 glasses of wine and admission to the film. Tickets to the film only are $8 general, $7 students & seniors.
Wine tasting will run from 5:30-7pm. The film will start at 7pm.
NB: Online ticket sales end 2hrs prior to showtime. Tickets will be available for sale at the box office when the doors open 1hr before the film is scheduled to begin.
Jim Santy Auditorium (View)
1255 Park Avenue
Park City, UT 84060
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|