A Toast to 1967 Wine & Film Today on “Houston Life” KPRC-TV/NBC

Red Wine with Breakfast


Any time I get to do TV with Gary I am a happy girl, and today we raised our glass to the 50th anniversary of some of the greatest films, and wines, ever made on KPRC-TV/NBC in Houston during their lifestyle program “Houston Life.”View the segment by clicking here.

1967 was quite the year in film, with favorites like “Camelot,” “The Graduate,” “Bonnie & Clyde,” and “Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner,” making their way to the big screen, highlighting the transitioning world of the time.

The year also marked the start of beloved wineries, like Chateau Ste. Michelle and Chappellet, and the planting of award winning Chardonnay vines at the historic Dutton Ranch Vineyard. A few weeks ago we devoted our podcast “Cogill Wine & Film, A Perfect Pairing” on reVolver Podcasts to the history of wine and film in 1967. Take a listen to the show through the

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