PTW: 3rd Stop- Burgundy: Côte de Beaune
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Departure: Wednesday, March 22 at 7 p.m.
Bonjour! Although some come close, no other country has mastered the art of pairing wine and food quite like France. The French take the saying “what grows together, goes together” to heart, setting glasses of local wine beside plates of terroir-driven meals to create unforgettable and elevated dining experiences.
Join us as we travel through the wine regions of France, via your glass and plate!
Burgundy is in east-central France, southeast of Paris. It is recognized for its rich history, delicious red wines, prestigious gastronomy, and glorious castles. Distinguished by gentle rolling hillsides blanketed with vines, it is one of France’s most reputable wine-producing regions, and at the core of French cuisine. Burgundy is best known for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Both varietals originated in the region, and they go into creating some of the most highly sought-after wines in the world. Winemakers worldwide try to emulate the wines of Burgundy.
Côte de Beaune is the southern half of the Côte d’Or wine region. The top reds are frequently softer and sometimes more lush than those from the Côte de Nuits. In general, reds from all over the Côte d’Or are prized for their soaring, earthy flavors, often laced with minerals, exotic spices, licorice, or truffles.
Tickets are $99 per person* and include three regional tasting dishes created by Executive Chef, Sean Force, paired with three wines select by sommelier Lisa Ribaudo.
*Tax and gratuity added at checkout.
TERMS AND POLICIES
All purchases are NON-REFUNDABLE.
Tax and gratuity are not included in prices.