Rounders (1998)

Hosted by
Todd Wofford

Tonight’s episode of Cinemavino continues our series on the best films to be completely snubbed by the Oscars.  Rounders survived so-so reviews and box office to endure as an all-time cult classic.  At the very least, John Malkovich should’ve snagged a nomination for Best Supporting Actor.  His work here is scene stealing and tremendous.

To pair with this topic, we’re drinking wines that’ve also never received a fair shake.  Chardonnay certainly fits that bill.  Most people think of the big California oak and butter bombs, but there are plenty chards from other regions with a completely different flavor profile.

We try one from Washington’s Columbia Valley, and a classic from Burgundy:  The chard from Revelry, and the Macon Villages from Louis Jabot, which range from $18 to $25, respectively.  Be sure and listen in for our tasting notes!

To read my full review of Rounders, click here!

Next week, tune in for one of the most underrated true crime movies ever made!

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