On Friday 17th
August, come and celebrate Pinot Noir Day with us during an all-Pinot-Noir
Being a delicate
and thin-skinned grape variety, Pinot Noir requires hard work and
meticulousness. Today, it can be found in many wine regions all around the
world but it is, without a doubt, in Burgundy that it finds its best and most
diverse expressions. From Côte de Beaune, through Côte de Nuits, down to Côte
Chalonnaise, Pinot Noir is sometimes light, sometimes powerful, often with red
and black fruit aromas, sometimes floral also, with notes of roasted coffee,
tobacco, mushroom, damp undergrowth when you are patient enough to forget about
it for a while in your cellar, and always subtle. it is also the key grape
variety of the great reds of Oregon, USA, where Maison Joseph Drouhin has owned
some vineyards for over 30 years.
To learn more
about this mysterious grape variety and its different expressions Throughout
Burgundy and Oregon, join us for a commented tasting of 7 red wines all stem
from Pinot Noir grapes. the tasting will be preceded by a visit of our historic
cellars (XIIIth and XVth century).
The tasting includes the following wines:
"Clos des Godeaux" 2014
Premier Cru "Procès" 2014
Pinot Noir 2014
USA Roserock Zéphirine 2014
Premier Cru "Clos des Chênes" 1997
Friday 17th August 2018 at 2PM
The visit will take approximately 1 hour and 30
Upon reservation only.
16 people maximum per visit.
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