K&L Wines San Francisco Grand Burgundy Tasting Noon-3pm 6/4 Saturday

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Please join us for our Grand Burgundy Tasting on 6/4(Saturday) from noon-3pm. Tasting fee is $60 and we will be pouring the follwoing line-up: 2013 Dauvissaut "Les Forest" 1er Cru Chablis, 2012 Blain Gagnard Chassagne Montrachet "Clos St Jean" 1er Cru, 2013 Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey "Les Chenevottes" Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru, 2014 Paul Pernot Puligny Montrachet "Les Pucelles" 1er Cru, 2013 Domaine Faiveley Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru, 2013 Marquis d'Angerville Volnay "Clos des Angels", 2013 Bruno Clavelier Vosne Romanee "Aux Brulees" 1er Cru, 2012 Jean Grivot "Les Pruliers" Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru, 2013 Gros Freres et Soeur Echezeaux Grand Cru, 2013 Domaine Faiveley Corton "Clos des Corton" Grand Cru, 2012 Bouchard Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand cru, 2013 Clos des Lambrays Clos de Lambrays & 2013 Armand Rousseau Gevrey Chambertin "Lavaux-St-Jacques" 1er Cru

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