Wines confirmed for Sancerre tasting
Connolly's are hosting a Sancerre tasting on the 12th July at our Shop on Livery Street.
As well as a mind boggling range of Sancerres, Bourgeois also produce wines from Menetou Salon, Pouilly Fume and smaller appellations such as Chateaumeillant.
On Monday 12th July at 6.30pm in our shop on Livery Street the enigmatic Frederic Sureau from the House of Bourgeois will be taking us through a tasting of the following wines from their range:
Petit Bourgeois, Sauvignon Blanc 2009
Sancerre Blanc Les Baronnes, 2009
Sancerre Blanc La Bourgeoise, 2006
Sancerre Rose Les Baronnes, 2007
Pouilly Fume, 2008
Chateaumeillant, Pinot Noir, 2008
Sancerre Rouge, Les Baronnes, 2005
St Nicolas Bourgueil Les Rouilleres, 2008
Chinon Rouge Les Clos, 2006
Sancerre Blanc, Vendange St Charles 1997
Tickets are just £15 per person and will entitle you to some exclusive offers available that evening.
To book tickets please call Sarah on 0121 236 926 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets must be booked and paid for in advance of the tasting, spaces are limited
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