Thursday, May 10, 2012 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Vendange Institute 440 Albert Street, Suite C108
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
Have you ever wondered what the effect of age is on a good wine but haven’t made the investment to find out? What sorts of wines were being made during Canada’s Confederation? To answer that question Guild President Bill Ellis has been assembling a number of well aged wines (mostly Bordeaux but a few whites as well) through auctions over the past year for our members to try. We even have a few duplicates to see if the quality varies from bottle to bottle. Please join us to enjoy what will prove to be educational and enjoyable!
Here’s the list:
- 1982 Mersault Chateau de Mersault (2 bottles)
- 1982 Jekel Vineyards Private Reserve Arroyo Secco Chardonnay
- 1986 Mondavi Nappa
- 1981 Chateau Leoville Las Cases Saint-Julien 2e Grand Cru Classe
- 1976 Chateau Leoville Las Cases Saint-Julien 2e Grand Cru Classe (2 bottles)
- 1967 Chateau Beychevelle Saint-Julien 4e Grand Cru Classe
- 1975 Chateau Beychevelle Saint-Julien 4e Grand Cru Classe
- 1971 Chateau Talbot Saint-Julien 4e Grand Cru Classe
- 1989 Chateau Talbot Saint-Julien 4e Grand Cru Classe
- 1997 Les Forts de Latour (Second wine of Chateau Latour Pauillac)
- 1966 Chateau Pichon Longueville Baron Pauillac Grand Cru Classe
This is a member only event so please register soon to avoid disappointment.
Members only: $100
This event is sold out, but you can add yourself to the waitlist.