Popular Wine Buffs On Instagram

by Jeremy Black on Jan 06, 2023

Popular Wine Buffs On Instagram

If movies about wine got you inspired and you want to know more, follow these popular wine buffs on Instagram! They will take you all around the globe, from vineyards in Italy and France to places with the best tasting wines.

Not just that, they provide valuable information on the different types of wines available and where to get them. Get ready for a fascinating journey through their amazing stories and pictures - cheers!

Best Wineries


Tablas Creek Vineyard

The vineyard is a leading producer of Rhône wine types on California's Central Coast. If you follow Tablas Creek on Instagram, you'll see that they have an excellent feed full of wonderful narrative that serves to elevate their brand. Their use of sarcasm in the captions makes them friendly and entertaining to converse within the feedback area.

Ashes & Diamonds

The physical layout and social media presence of today's wineries are striking. Kashy Khaledi has put much effort into making his Napa winery's Instagram page popular, and it shows.

Frank Family Vineyards

Wines from Frank Family Vineyards are so well-known in Napa Valley that the name has become synonymous with the region. The winery produces a wide variety of wines, including sparkling and reserve wines that can be sampled and purchased at wine tastings and select restaurants. The winery has an active social media presence, particularly on Instagram, thanks to the quality of its wines.

Silver Oak Cellars

Silver Oak Vineyards, located in Napa Valley, the "heart of wine country," has produced consistently excellent wines for decades. Cabernets matured in American oak are the winery's forte and a big hit with customers. The Oakville winery has an engaging Instagram profile with almost 50,000 followers to foster stronger relationships with its clientele.

Five Famous Wine Movies

The Secret of Santa Vittoria (1969)

The Italian hill town of Santa Vittoria was occupied by the German army in 1943. The soldiers intend to seize the region's prized wine, but the mayor (Anthony Quinn) and the citizens have hidden a million bottles in a cave.

Red Obsession (2013)

The demand for the top-tier Bordeaux wines, known as Premiers Crus, far exceeds the available supply. This expensive documentary explores the impact China's hunger for high-end wine has on the chateaus themselves.

Year of the Comet (1992)

This adventure takes place not in a vineyard but in the Scottish Highlands, where a prim young woman finds the world's most expensive bottle of wine. How well will she and her oafish bodyguard protect her from thieves and the lure of an unexpected romance?

A Walk in the Clouds (1995)

An attractive, single, and a pregnant woman tells a World War II veteran (Keanu Reeves) that her family owns a vineyard in Napa. He pretends to marry her to protect her from her abusive father, but the two eventually fall in love.

Bottle Shock (2008)

Alan Rickman's portrayal of English wine trader Stephen Spurrier, who organized the 1976 Judgment of Paris blind tasting pitting the greatest American and French wines against one other, is replete with the snobbery and comedic timing you'd expect from a master of both fields. A rocky father-son connection that eventually blossoms into trust is also explored in the film.

A Heavenly Vintage (2009)

The protagonist in this story is a French peasant from the nineteenth century who has a passion for winemaking. Xas, a masculine angel with alluring secrets, inspires him to continue his journey alongside his lovely wife and a proud baroness.

What about you which one amongst our list you love the most? Share us your thoughts!