Next up is this Sunday’s 18th Annual Screen Actor Guild Awards®. Red carpet festivities kick off with an official Taittinger Champagne toast. The Taittinger Moment will be hosted by Vitalie Taittinger, the Champagne House’s Artistic Director and heiress, and Matt Czuchry, ensemble nominee for “The Good Wife.” The SAG awards are another fun show as the ceremony takes place over dinner, celebrates film and tv, AND it only last two hours.

Champagne Taittinger, the only marquee family-owned and operated Champagne house, is celebrating its 12th year as the official Champagne of the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Champagne Taittinger’s Brut La Française NV will be served over dinner, on the red carpet, backstage in the green room and at the after parties.

Also celebrating their 12th year with the SAG Awards is Dry Creek Vineyards. This year the featured wine is their Cabernet Sauvignon, Endeavour, crafted from their estate vineyards in Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma, California. The 2006 Endeavour will be presented in a beautiful 1.5L magnum for each table at the awards show. Their 2010 Fumé Blanc will also be served with dinner. During the show, Dry Creek Valley Vineyards also hosts a complimentary tasting bar allowing SAG Awards guest to sample their 2007 Mariner and 2009 Foggy Oaks.

Dry Creek Vineyards also created a special 2008 SAG Awards Cuvée, Dry Creek Valley to celebrate their 10th anniversary with the awards show which was released in November. The wine is 81% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot, 8% Malbec, 3% Petit Verdot. You can get your own bottle on their website.

The SAG Awards® ceremony will be simulcast live nationally on TNT and TBS on Sunday, Jan. 29, at 8 p.m. (ET) / 5 p.m. (PT) from the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center.

Cheers to Taittinger and/or Dry Creek Valley Vineyards…enjoy the show!