Frankie Baldwin and Nate DeLuca have been able to bridge the Baldwin/DeLuca family feud - the families the major players in the grape growing/wine making business in St. Madeleine, California - by not only making a success of Sorrento in their first full season, it their winery where Frankie is in charge of the wine making and Nate the grape growing, but by falling in love. In that love, each of Frankie and Nate, who are opposites in working by intuition and by science respectively, are trying to understand the other better both for professional and personal reasons. Without telling the other, Frankie has gone back to college to take her final course needed to graduate, that class being biochemistry, while Nate and his youngest brother Gabe DeLuca are taking an organic gardening class to understand the art rather than science of gardening. Also in that love, the two get engaged despite the pressures they are facing in just having expanded Sorrento with the upcoming season even more ...Written by
The first Hallmark Channel film to depict a same-sex relationship on the screen. A male couple appears briefly but prominently in the compatibility seminar sequence, proudly displaying their finished product as Nate and Frankie's shelf topples. See more »
Lexi's surname was previously mentioned as being Moreau (Patricia, Lexi's mother, is a Baldwin by birth, not in her marriage). Lexi is referred to as Lexi Baldwin both by Marco and in the end credits. See more »
One Fine Day
Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin
Performed by JJ Pie
Courtesy of Planet Void Music
By arrangement with Shoot the Noise
Screen Gems-EMI Music Inc. (BMI)
[Played during the opening title and credits sequence] See more »
We need more of these movies!
I wish there were more to the trilogy, Hallmark should at least give these two a mystery series together. Valentine is a great movie, just a notch below Autumn. I love the storylines, it's hard to get bored while watching even if it's predictable.
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