Redwood City Beaucastel Tasting Friday April 7th 5-6:30pm with Emmanuel Lemoine

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Please join us on Friday Night April the 7th from 5-6:30pm when we will have Emmanuel Lemoine from Chateau Beaucastel pouring a line-up of the latest & greatest releases from the estate. Emmanuel will be pouring: 2016 Chateau Miraval Rose, 2014 Beaucastel Roussanne Vieille Vignes Blanc, 2014 Coudoulet Cotes du Rhone Rouge, 2010 Famille Perrin "Clos des Tourelles" Gigondas, 2014 Beaucastel Chateauneuf-du-Pape & 2013 Chateau Beaucastel "Hommage a Jacques Perrin" Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Price of the tasting is $10. Space is limited.

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