How does Francis Ford Coppola’s wine compare to his films? Does Apocalypse Now have a hint of fertilizer? Is The Godfather a white or red wine?
I feel as though his film Dracula has a more foxy taste and would not act favorably on my palate.
Although I feel that Apocalypse Now would have a disticnt terroir perhaps unprecedinted in the history of wine. surpassing even the terroir of Bordeaux.
I dont like his wine, you are better off with a bottle of this
I’m not a big wine guy, but I had one of his white wines that was good, another not so much.
His films are better.
I don’t know. But wine has alcohol, so for me its fine thanks. I mean, you’ll never be disappointed. It’s what business men call “a win win situation”, I think.
PS: I agree: Dracula sucks!
@ Eduardo A.
Or a Win Win Win situation.
LOL, yeah that one suits better in this particular case.
I like this multi-cultural approach to film criticism!
Okay with chicken, pork and fish you have a white wine, with steak/beef a red, with pasta with an alfredo sauce white, pasta with a marinara Red, but what you you drink with Chicken Parmigiana?
^I would go with the red.
Very similar, I would imagine.
His early wines are the best, and Jack is a surprisingly bad one.
I drink red wine with basically everything. So, in this case I also would say the red.
Often sweet and pleasing at first, but ultimately bitter and disappointing.
I like wine, I like Francis Ford Coppola…yet, I do not like Francis Ford Coppola’s wines. The ones I’ve had have been rather bitter.
It’s weird because I like even Coppola’s lesser films, yet even of the grapes I like, I haven’t tasted a good Coppola wine.