2000 Vintage Bordeaux Tasting

Friday, June 19, 2020 - 07:30 PM

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Let us celebrate the occasion with wine and sweet words.

 

Plautus

 

 

 

We like sweet words but we like wine better and this is the first in our schedule of private tastings that we will host featuring 10 tasters or less to stay in the CDC’s new guidelines for the safety of the public adhering to the six feet of separation between each of the tasters. 

 

 

This is true scientific research that we are doing here at the Wine Watch, checking each bottle to see when the best time to consume for the most drinking pleasure.  It's hard word but we are willing to sacrifice our body for our wine drinking people.  These wines are all from the outstanding 2000 vintage in Bordeaux and they are now at 20 years of age. 

 

The Wine Bar is closed for regular business until further notice and all of the events that we have scheduled until further notice will be 14 people or less and we will have the entire Wine Bar so our tasters will have at least 6 feet of personal space between them.  The fee for this tasting which includes dinner is $395 + tax, for reservations call 954-523-9463 or e-mail andy@winewatch.com

 

2000 Vintage Bordeaux Wine Tasting

Friday, June 19th

7:30pm

 

 

2000 Chateau La Mondotte St. Emilion

 

2000 Chateau Magrez Fombrauge St Emilion Grand Cru

 

2000 Chateau Pavie St. Emilion

 

2000 Chateau Cheval Blanc St. Emilion

 

2000 Chateau LaFleur Petrus Pomerol

 

2000 Chateau Margaux Margaux

 

2000 Chateau Duhart Milon Pauillac

 

2000 Chateau Lynch Bages Pauillac

 

2000 Chateau D'Yquem Sauternes

 

 

Menu

 

Charcuterie and Cheese Selections

 

Foie Gras Torchon with sautéed wild mushrooms

 

Sliced NY Strip with shoestring Fries and Bordeaux Demi

 

Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee

 

 

 

This wine tasting and is limited to 13 tasters and we will have 6 feet of personal space between each place setting.  The fee for this tasting which includes dinner is $395 + tax, for reservations call 954-523-9463 or e-mail andy@winewatch.com.  Please let us know when you make your reservation if you have any food allergies or you don’t like steak and Toni will accommodate you.

 

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