The vino-loving movie has inspired many wine aficionados to flock to grape-growing regions since it hit the big screen in October particularly engaged couples.
At Churon Winery in grape-rich Temecula, California, 60 miles outside of San Diego the amount of wedding requests has shot through the roof over the last six months.
Before the movies release, there were only one to two nuptials held per month at the winery. Now, up to seven pairs of lovebirds say their vows there every month.
Still, Churons wedding coordinator, Cathy Lyle, says the movie shouldnt get all the credit for bringing engaged couples to the hills because, as she puts it, It was already on a roll.
Lyle believes wineries have finally become a real destination place for vacationers and expects to see a 600 percent increase in Churons wedding business over last year.
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