K&L Wines SF Grand Burgundy Tasting Saturday November 11th 12-3pm

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Please come & join us in our SF location on Saturday November 11th from 12-3pm when we will be holding our annual Grand Burgundy Tasting. The cost is $60 and the line-up will be as follows: 2013 La Chablisienne Grand Cru Chablis "Grenouilles", 2014 Domaine Blain Gagnard 1er Cru Chassagne Montrachet "Morgeot", 2015 Etienne Sauzet 1er Cru Puligny Montrachet "Perrieres", 2014 Louis Latour Grand Cru Corton Charlemagne, 2014 Denis Mortet 1er Cru Gevrey Chambertin "Lavaux St. Jacques", 2014 Domaine Arlaud Grand Cru Charmes Chambertin, 2014 Domaine d'Eugenie Grand Cru Clos Vougeot, 2015 Domaine des Chezeaux(Ponsot) Grand Cru Griotte Chambertin, 2015 Domaine Faiveley Grand Cru Corton "Clos des Cortons" Monopole, 2015 Domaine Gros Frere & Soeur Grand Cru Echezeaux & 2015 Domaine Perrot Minot Nuits-St. -Georges "La Richemone". Line-up subject to change due to availability.

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