This week on our “Wine and Film, A Perfect Pairing” Podcast on reVolver Podcasts, Gary and I pair two highly anticipated movies of the year with two worldly wines. And, for both of us, the wines have proved to be better than the films.
First up, “Allied” starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, and we both truly wanted to love this spy film set in Morocco and London. Sadly, it just didn’t connect. More on Gary’s thoughts on the film below, along with the ideal pairing for the film that begins in dusty North Africa, Domaine Ouled Thaleb from Morocco.
To listen to the show, follow the link here and click “Episode 23.” We’ll have notes on our second film, “Rules Don’t Apply,” up later in the week.
The Film: “Allied”
“Allied” is based on a the true story of two international spies who fall in love during a…
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