Grand Burgundy Tasting Saturday, November 2nd In San Francisco 12pm-3pm

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Join us in San Francisco on Saturday November 2nd, from Noon to 3 PM, for our annual Grand Burgundy Tasting. this year we are featuring: 2010 Jacques Bavard Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru "Les Embrazées" 2011 Domaine Sylvain Langoureau Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru "La Garenne" 2011 Domaine Bouchard Père et Fils Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2011 Domaine Champy Volnay 1er Cru "Taillepieds" 2010 Domaine Aurélien Verdet Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru "Les Boudots" 2011 Domaine Champy Corton Grand Cru "Bressandes" 2011 Domaine Stéphane Magnien Clos St.-Denis Grand Cru 2009 Domaine Louis Latour Romanée St. Vivant Grand Cru "Les Quatre Journaux"

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