Cost: Tasting: $55; Tasting & Dinner: $135
In June, a few days prior to both American Independence Day and French Prise de la Bastille, we close our season of tastings by marrying the best of both worlds!
Join us for this tasting, led by Alexandre Sojfer, featuring five wines from France and five of their American counterparts. We will compare their processes, tastes, and notes.
In addition to the wine tasting, we will host a separate pairing dinner with limited seating after the general wine tasting. Please note, dinner registrants are automatically enrolled in the general tasting.
Pouilly-Fuisse, la Soufrandise, Burgundy
Maison de l’Envoyé, Willamette, Oregon
Joseph Drouhin, La Forêt, Burgundy
Joseph Drouhin, Dundee Hills, Oregon
Château Poitevin, Médoc, Cru Bourgeois, Bordeaux
Stags Leap, Cabernet Sauvignon, California
Seigneur d'Aiguilhe, Côtes de Castillon, Bordeaux
Stags Leap, Merlot, California
Roederer Brut, Champagne
Roederer Brut, California
After the wine tasting, we will be hosting a separate, paired dinner with limited seating. This “American with a French twist” pairing dinner will be crafted by the expert hands of Raphaël Lambert, Resident Chef of La Voile Boston, La Voile Brookline, and 1855 Bar à Vin. Please note, dinner registrants are automatically enrolled in the general tasting.
On the Menu
Lobster Mac & Cheese in a Cabernet Reduction
Pinot-Noir-Braised Beef Brisket & Turnip
Cheesecake au Citron
Chablis, Joseph Drouhin, 2017
Mercurey, Château de Santenay, 2015
Muscat, Beaumes-de-Venise, Château-du-Trignon 2011
Roederer Estate, California