Fete du Bourgogne - Barrel Tasting at the Clift Hotel February 2nd For Rebuilding Together

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Join us in San Francisco on February 2nd from 5 to 8 PM to meet the principals from several top Burgundy Estates. Frederick Wildman and K&L are pleased to give you an opportunity to taste barrel samples of the 2008 vintage, and to raise money for Rebuilding together, an organizatoin that provides free repairs for low-income homeowners through the use of volunteers, allowing them to leverage your donation more than sevenfold. Winemakers likely to be in attendance include Martin Prieur, Christian Moreau, Olivier Leflaive, J.J. Vincent, Nicolas Potel, and others. Light appetizers will accompany the tasting. Attendance is limited to 60 guests. The tasting is at the Spanish Suite at the Clift Hotel.

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