Announcing two new Sonoma cinematic events with music, food, and wine…

Written by Ken Wornick

Backed by 20+ vintages and many dozens of wines produced, Ken is a Sonoma-based wine consultant and founder of Hydeout Sonoma and Dysfunctional Family Winery.

September 7, 2019


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Two terrific Sonoma movie events for your calendar:

  • On Sept 20th at 6:30pm at the Hydeout Sonoma ranch, benefiting the Sonoma Int’l Film Festival, enjoy an outdoor under-the-stars showing of Jonathan Demme’s “Stop Making Sense”. Bring lawn chairs and blankets. Carpool if you can. Limited to 75 tickets. May already be sold out as of this posting. Get tickets here: Tickets to “Stop Making Sense” at Hydeout Sonoma

Stop Making Sense

  • On Sept 26th at 7:00pm at the Sebastiani Theatre in downtown Sonoma, the new and improved 2nd world premiere of Tiny Vineyards by noted documentarian Joe Daniel, featuring an entertainingly close-up view of a dozen Sonoma home winemakers, with several cameos by yours truly, grape grower and winemaker Ken Wornick of Hydeout Sonoma Consulting. Ticket includes a free wine tasting with home winemakers after the film. We’ll be pouring too, the just-bottled 2017 vintage of our Dysfunctional Family Winery “Red Blend” (32% Cabernet, 29% Petite Sirah, 25% Syrah, 14% Merlot) Get tickets here:
    Tickets to “Tiny Vineyards” at Sebastiani Theatre

Ken Wornick at Sebastiani Theater at Tiny Vineyards poster

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  1. Patrick Keating

    Please add Pat’s email to your list


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