'Wine Country' Trailer: Rachel Dratch, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Netflix

Joann Johnston
April 14, 2019

The story revolves around a group of longtime friends celebrating a milestone birthday. We quickly see that you don't have to be in your 20s to be a sloppy and entertaining drunk. The streamer has uncorked the first trailer for Wine Country, a femme-fronted party where everyone's hammered and (nearly) everyone used to work late on Saturdays. It's a female-strong affair; the screenplay comes from The Last Man on Earth and SNL scribes Liz Cackowski and Emily Spivey, editor is Julie Monroe (Mud, Midnight Special, Loving), and the score comes from Lisa Coleman (Heroes, Nurse Jackie).

The new Netflix comedy dropped its first trailer today, and from the looks of it, it's going to have a mix of amusing and drama, but will mostly tilt to the amusing side.

The characters in Wine Country are enjoying a vacation, but they are also dealing with some of the real issues people encounter as they get older and discover how old friendships are both hard to maintain, but also hugely important.

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The film launches on Netflix globally May 10th.

The comedy is directed by Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation), who stars in it alongside Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Maya Rudolph, Paula Pell, Emily Spivey, Cherry Jones, and Maya Erskine, with Jason Schwartzman and Tina Fey.

A still from the trailer of Wine Country. The movie was written by former SNL writer Emily Spivey.

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