For hundreds of years leading up to the French Revolution, the great vineyards of Burgundy were owned by the nobility and the Catholic Church, who leased them out through a chain of proprietors down to the tenant farmer who actually maintained the land and the vines, and grew the grapes.
Although most of us think of Burgundy as the world-famous Côte d’Or, Burgundy wine actually comes from several regions, starting in the northernmost region, Chablis. South of there is the lesser-known Côte de Dijon, then Côte de Nuits with Nuits-St-Georges as its centre, and Côte de Beaune surrounding the capital city of wine, Beaune. Further south still is Côte Chalonnaise, with wine villages such as Mercurey and Rully. The next region is the Mâconnais.
We are delighted to invite you to taste our Burgundy Platter at 150$ including Soumaintrain, Charolais and ”Persille” Ham from Burgundy to match with:
- Le Chablisien: Chablis 1er Cru Vaulorent Domaine Michel et Fils 2013 – 70$ (White)
– Cote de Nuits: Gevrey Chambertin Domaine Berthaut 2014 – 75$ (Red)
– Cote de Beaune: Auxey Duresses 1er Cru Les Reugnes Domaine Violot Guillemard 2013 – 90$ (Red)
– Le Maconnais: Rully Blanc Domaine Dureuil Janthial 2013 – 90$ (White)
Only at Le Quinze Vins Central, 32 Gage Street, Thursday 12th of January from 6:30 to 11:00.
Be careful we have limited seats, feel free to contact us to book a table at firstname.lastname@example.org or 2652 0588 or 9689 0724