Coppola Family's 93rd Awards Is Another Nod To The Oscar
by Rudy Sanchez on 04/07/2021 | 1 Minute Read
Every year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognizes achievement in cinema with an award show with the biggest and brightest of Hollywood in attendance. Watching the entertainment industry give each other accolades in-between musical numbers and presenters reading jokes before announcing winners is one of the most tuned-into events of the year. Though the making and exhibiting of films in 2020 was certainly challenging, at best, the 93rd edition of the Oscars stays true to the old Hollywood adage-the show must go on.
Also keeping with tradition is The Family Coppola winery, releasing a limited-edition wine in celebration of the Oscars. This year’s wines are a 2019 cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay from Sonoma County with gold-toned bottles, an obvious nod to the familiar gold Oscar statuette. The bottle’s profile is reminiscent of the art-deco Oscar award, and a simple gold-colored plate bears the Family Coppola name and “93rd Awards.”
This year’s minimally design golden homage puts the focus on the show and casts aside those lingering thoughts from the past year. For a single night, the attention is on the best of Hollywood, and Coppola’s 93rd Awards’ gilded bottle celebrates the other family business in a direct, clear way.
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