Robert Foley Vineyards Vertical Tasting 12 Vintages of Claret

January 9, 2018 (Tue) from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Oxbow 7
1121 Walker Street
Houston, tx 77002

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Cost: $125

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Tuesday January 9th 2018

Oxbow 7 & The Le Meridien Hotel 

1121 Walker Street

Houston, Texas 77002

RSVP to (713) 487-6137 

 Oxbow 7 and The Le Meridien Hotel are honored to welcome Winemaker Robert Foley for a once in a lifetime library event featuring 12 vintages of the critically acclaimed bottling of Robert Foley Vineyards Claret 1999 – 2010. Robert will lead a classroom style retrospective that will include small bites from Chef Bryan Caswell followed by a 3 course prix fixe dinner featuring a selection of current vintage wines from this legendary Napa Valley Icon.

 7:00 Vertical Tasting - $125

8:30 3 course Prix Fixe Dinner - $75.00

Can be purchased separately or together.

RSVP to (713) 487-6137

 Bob Foley

Robert (Bob) Foley began his wine making career in the Napa Valley in 1977, working at a number of highly regarded wineries including the famous Pride Mountain Vineyards, where he spent 15 years as founding winemaker. During this period he also created the highly acclaimed Switchback Ridge, Hourglass, Paloma, School House, and Engel Family wines. He now focuses on Robert Foley Vineyards and Switchback Ridge wines, but also creates some of the offerings from Dos Lagos Vineyards, Engel Family, and Padis Vineyards in the Napa Valley.

 In 1998 Robert Foley Vineyards bottled its flagship Claret (a Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend), and has since expanded and diversified its production to offer more of the big reds Bob is famous for – Petite Sirah, Merlot, Charbono, the limited-release Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon, a Carneros Pinot Noir, a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, and The Griffin (a blend of the best in the red cellar). Always seeking to create new, fun, and interesting wines, Bob has also bottled three of his favorites: Pinot Blanc, a Rhone-style White Wine, and a Syrah called Kelly's Cuvee.