Wine History Project Releases a Documentary about the Dusi Family

We are honored and humbled to have been the subject of this wonderful documentary, premiering at the SLO Film Festival in March 2020.

The story of the Dusi Vineyard began in the early 1920s, when Sylvester and Caterina Dusi emigrated from Northern Italy and settled in Paso Robles. The Dusi Vineyard introduced some of the first Zinfandels to California’s Central Coast, and eventually bought an additional property on the west side of Highway 101. Three generations after Janell Dusi’s great-grandparents first planted the land with Zinfandel, she is continuing the legacy and this charming documentary tells their story.

40 min.

Directors: Libbie Agran, Tim Clott
Producers: Libbie Agran, Noel Resnick

Premiering March 18 at the San Luis Obispo Film Festival, with a screening on March 22 in Paso Robles. 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH
7:30 pm
Fremont Theater, San Luis Obispo

91 Harvests will be screened as a double feature with Full Boar, a documentary on Gary Eberle. 

Between the films, enjoy an interactive conversation with Filmmakers of both films as well as Gary & Marcy Eberle and the Dusi Family, hosted by Cork Dorks co-host Adam Monteil. And of course, wine will be served in the lobby before and between the two movies!  

SUNDAY, MARCH 22ND
4:00 pm
Park Cinemas, Paso Robles

Wind down Vintage Paso Weekend with the Dusi Family and enjoy the Paso screening of 91 Harvests! 

Tickets for the Park Cinemas screening will be available at the door ($15 General /$12 Student) on a first-come, first-serve availability.  You can also attend if you have one of the following SLO Film Fest passes: Sponsor, MovieFanatic, Movie Star or Movie Mogul. Passes allow priority admission for up to 15 minutes before screening/event time, except Movie Mogul passes which allow 30 minute priority seating.
 

To purchase a SLO Film Fest pass, CLICK HERE. 

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