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It's got a lot of inaccuracies about the details even though the big-picture stuff (no pun intended) is accurate. My record of the inaccuracies I've noticed can be accessed at https://www.dropbox.com/s/gekpnna2uogmabt/Bottle Shock Facts.doc?dl=0
Those listed inaccuracies pretty well confirm what I suspected while watching the movie. I especially thought that scene at the airport was contrived, but it added entertainment.

I rather doubt the existence of the attractive intern "Sam".

We watched the movie streamed from Amazon on a Roku device. I had only done that once before and I couldn't figure out how to get subtitles until after it was over, thus I missed at least half of the dialogue. I watched some of it again with subtitles and understood much better what was going on. I may watch the rest of it the second time with subtitles tonight.
 
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Wine books recommended by Lettie Teague, Wall Street Journal wine writer:

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Pardon me for suggesting that we take medicines and we enjoy wine. :D
I think he meant he took the picture at that time.

But that reminds me...my older brother is a Southern Baptist minister who was a teetotaler all of his life until his first wife died. He married the widow of a Methodist minister who was a bit...er...more liberal in her views. She soon had him occasionally imbibing a few quaffs of our favorite beverage. But he always looked like he was taking medicine...
 

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