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SOMM documentary film- “Cup of Salvation”

January 20 @ 3:00 pm


There will be a screening of the  SOMM documentary, “Cup of Salvation,” at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20,  at the Grizzly Peak Winery.

There will be a meet & greet with the cinematographer, producer, and former Ashland native, Jackson Meyers.

“Cup of Salvation” is a sweeping film that follows a father and daughter as they set out to revive the ancient grapes of their homeland in Armenia. To do so, they must breathe life into the post-soviet infrastructure of their country, harvest grapes during war, and then market their wine globally. From the battle-scarred Caucus Mountains to the clandestine vineyards hidden deep within the forbidden Iranian countryside, this film unveils the primal origins of our enduring passion for wine and how it continues to shape the very fabric of human existence.

Jackson Myers is the cinematographer and producer based in Los Angeles. He was raised in Ashland and graduated from Ashland High School in 2002.

Tickets are $25, which includes a glass of wine and a talkback with the producer, Jackson Meyers. Tickets are available on the Grizzly Peak Winery website


January 20
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Al & Virginia Silbowitz
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Grizzly Peak Winery
1600 E Nevada St
Ashland, OR 97520 United States
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