Dry Creek Vineyard Wine Featured
at 2001 Screen Actors Guild Awards
The 7th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards show on Sunday, March 11, will feature Dry Creek Vineyard wines on all of the celebrity tables during the live broadcast.
Sarah Jessica Parker
One of the highlights of the Hollywood award show season, this year’s SAG Awards broadcast will feature magnums of Dry Creek Vineyard’s 1997 Cabernet Sauvignon and bottles of the winery's cornerstone 1999 Dry Creek Vineyard Fumé Blanc.
In addition, all of the celebrity presenters of the SAG Awards will receive a basket of exclusive gifts including a bottle of Dry Creek Vineyard’s 1999 Reserve Fumé Blanc and an invitation to visit the family winery in the famed Dry Creek Valley area of Sonoma County. A participant in last year's SAG Awards gift basket, Dry Creek Vineyard was invited back as a centerpiece of the 2001 gift basket.
SAG Award winners are voted upon by their peers, who are members of the Screen Actors Guild, to receive award recognition. Begun in 1994, the SAG Awards have become one of the most prestigious honors in the entertainment industry. The Screen Actors Guild Awards honor outstanding motion picture and primetime performances during the year 2000 and can be seen on Turner Network Television on March 11, 2001 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Always a star-studded evening, Dry Creek Vineyard wines have been chosen to complement cuisine by Joachim Splichal’s famous Patina catering. The event takes place in Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium, which will be transformed to resemble an intimate supper club, evoking “classic Hollywood” in both menu and décor.
Creek Vineyard wines featured
at SAG awards: 1999 Fumé Blanc
and 1997 Cabernet Sauvignon &