In less than 24-hours filmmakers, celebrities and movie lovers will head to Park City, Utah to be a part of the Sundance Film Festival. Bex Bishop of BX of Napa Wines is packing her bags and preparing to pour for the famous, and not so famous, faces of the festival.
In case you have never had the chance to make the pilgrimage to Sundance, the festival is about much more than movies. Sundance is an opportunity to spot trends as they begin and a chance for up and coming companies, such as BX of Napa, to showcase their latest and greatest products.
This weekend Bex will be sharing BX of Napa wines inside of the ECO Hideaway Lounge (follow @producerdeb on Twitter to keep tabs inside the lounge) at Sundance. Bex explains why she made to the choice to head to Sundance, “It’ll be a good, fun place to gain some exposure. A place that a lot of other wineries aren’t thinking about, and the fact that we were able to organize it in such a way that I get to have one on one contact with people is really important to me.”
Bex has been in the wine business for about four years and gives each bottle a personal touch, “I hand craft everything. I only do 100 cases, more or less, of varietals each year.” Once her film festival run is over she will head back to Napa and you will be able to find her, and her wines, on the Napa River Walk.
To follow Diane Davis at Sundance follow her on Instagram@DSquaredPlus1
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