Lunch with Francis Ford Coppola and His Winemaker at Inglenook Winery in Napa Valley
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Have lunch with Francis Ford Coppola and winemaker Phillippe Bascaules at America's premier wine estate, Inglenook, in Napa Valley.
As well as directing some of the most financially successful and critically praised movies in U.S. cinematic history, including The Godfather and Apocalypse Now, Coppola restored the historic Inglenook winery, which has produced wines that are considered among the finest in the world.
In addition to your lunch you and your guest will have the unique opportunity to sample from Inglenook's wine barrels.
Donated by: Francis Ford Coppola
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