USQ | In-Depth Guide to BordeauxMarch 25 2019 | 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
13 E. 13th Street, New York, NY 10003
You can't discuss French wine without first nodding to Bordeaux. Bordeaux has more land under vine than any other producing region in France. Located directly off of the Atlantic Ocean, Bordeaux, France has a unique history, dating as far back as the 3rd Century. From age worthy, structured red wines, to dry white wines, and the sweet and fortified wines of Sauternes, Bordeaux sets the caliber for wines across the world, especially those Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot dominated blends. Join us as we explore all the Bordeaux has to offer. Topic of discussion include the principle grape varietals of Bordeaux, the 1855 Classification, top growths of Bordeaux, and wine growing viticulture, regions, and climate. We can't wait to taste through a diverse line up from this notable and exciting wine region.
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