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Summer in the Vineyard

Summer in the Vineyard

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Saturday, August 12, 2017 N/A
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  • Season: 2016-2017
  • Network: Hallmark
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Category: Movies
  • Subject Matter: Romantic Comedy

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Plot Synopsis

Sequel to the 2016 Hallmark movie, "Autumn in the Vineyard." Three seasons have passed since prize-winning winemaker Frankie Baldwin found herself competing with her high school flame Nate DeLuca for sole ownership of Sorrento Farms and its prime vineyards. Now happily partnered in love as well as land, they are deep into the work of summer, with one harvest still on the vines and another fermenting away in barrels. They remain playfully competitive but they're quite serious about creating a first-class winery of their own and have aligned their responsibilities according to their individual areas of passion and expertise. With their first vintage approaching the bottling stage, they are poised to launch their fledgling winery at Taste of St. Madeleine, a high-profile event where local wineries pair their new vintages with food prepared by top chefs. Drawing national wine critics as well as throngs of eager ticket buyers, Taste of St. Madeleine could result in career-making publicity for Sorrento, particularly given Frankie'a prize-winning work at the Baldwin family winery. Though Frankie worries about the high expectations, Nate has bottomless faith in her talents and is eager to put Sorrento in the spotlight. And in their mutual desire to do right by Sorrento and one another, they become caught in a cycle of miscommunication, unilateral action and secrecy -- imperiling not only their beloved winery but their relationship, too.


Production Company:

  • Muse Entertainment and Head First Productions

Production Type:

  • Independent
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