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The winery where some of the movie was shot is in fact named The Grange (properly, The Grange of Prince Edward) which is 2 hours East of Toronto. See more »
When Chloe and Seth are delivering cases of wine, the case number changes in the back of the truck. When they start out she only puts on case in the truck. You can see from the aerial view there appears to be a lone case. When they stop at the first stop there are at least six cases in the truck. See more »
Better than average dialog and writing elevates a familiar forumla
The formula is slightly familiar but the dialog is above average with some spontaneous sounding banter and humor. A restaurant manager returns to her family winery when her father considers selling the business. The man who is sent to seal the deal is the romantic interest. Lacey Chabert is better here than in previous movies. She sometimes speaks too fast but here she seems to have varied her speech patterns a bit. Andrew Walker is the deal maker who ends up of course falling in love with her.
This one is better than the other winery based romances with Rachel Leigh Cook.
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