Best Vampire movies to watch while enjoying Vampire wine
We’ve run surveys in the past asking our fans, "What’s the best vampire movie?” The top three choices have consistently been Bram Stoker’s Dracula by Francis Coppola staring Gary Olman and Winoya Ryder; the film version of Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire staring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, directed by Neil Jordan (who used to come into the Little Prince restaurant in London and drink our Vampire wine back in the day); and The Lost Boys directed by Joel Schumacher and with the ensemble cast of Keifer Sunderland, Dianne Wiest, Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, and Jamie Gertz.
As far as hysterically funny vampire films go, how many of you readers have seen Love at First Bite starring George Hamilton (who featured our Vampire Cabernet Sauvignon at his restaurant), Susan Saint James and Richard Benjamin or the very funny Vampire in Brooklyn starring Eddie Murphy and Angela Bassett (directed by Wes Craven.) But beyond these great vampire films (and there are plenty others), we came across an article describing a grouping of vampire films suited for the kiddies or one might say, the Children of the Night. Check it out: https://www.romper.com/entertainment/vampire-movies-for-kids And, oh while you’re doing so, try sampling some of our great Fangria or our other Vampire wines.
Fangria is all Spanish and all vampire. It is a drink for the children of the night. Vampires, and the people who love them, are always ready to party and when they party they want to drink something strong, red, bold and delicious. Something hearty that gives them the power to rage on through night and day. When vampires party, they party with Fangria. Fangria is a bold, grown-up sangria that anyone can enjoy. It begins with beautiful blend of Tempranillo and Garnacha grapes, grown in the province of Toledo in Central Spain. Then we add all-natural fruit flavors and some unfermented grape juice to produce the perfect sangria: not too sweet, but more than sweet enough, intriguingly fruity, filling the mouth with the flavor of rich red wine and leaving a full finish. Oh, and it’s 10% alcohol. This is a real drink.