Winemaking in Missouri: A Well-Cultivated History

St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase: Winemaking in Missouri: A Well-Cultivated History

22nd Annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase July 15-17 & 22-24, 2022 Washington University’s Brown Hall Auditorium

Winemaking in Missouri: A Well-Cultivated History
Catherine Anys Neville & Chris Roider, 60 min.
Catherine Neville, the Emmy-winning producer and host of Nine Networks’ “tasteMAKERS,” and co-director Chris Roider trace the nearly 200-year history of Missouri’s rich winemaking past. Their documentary features winemakers and experts detailing the evolution of what was — and is again today — one of the state’s leading industries. Weaving together historic images with in-depth interviews, “Winemaking in Missouri” touches on winemaking’s inflection points across the decades. Among those featured: Jon Held from Stone Hill Winery, Pat and Peter Hofherr from St. James Winery, Angie Geis of Noboleis Vineyards, Annie Gunn’s sommelier Glenn Bardgett, and Kansas City-based author and wine consultant Doug Frost (who is one of only four people in the world to hold the dual titles of Master Sommelier and Master of Wine).
With co-directors Neville and Roider.

Tickets for film programs from July 15-17 & 22-24 at Washington U.’s Brown Hall Auditorium are $15 each; $12 for students with valid and current photo ID and Cinema St. Louis members. (All credit-card and handling fees are incorporated into the ticket price.)

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