Grape Off First French Wine Tasting Event - ワインテイスティングのご案内
It is our pleasure to invite you to attend Grape Off's first inaugural wine tasting event. Wine Maker’s Dinner with Griet van Malderen Laviale who with her husband Hervé Laviale own Château Franc Mayne which is a Premier Grand Cru Classé B in St Emilion, Chateau de Lussac and Chateau Vieux Maillet.
Since 2005 Château Franc Mayne has been owned by Griet and Hervé Laviale. There have been major renovations to both the main house and the wine making facilities, with a new vat house containing wooden and stainless steel vats.
Château de Lussac was founded in 1876 and was acquired by Griet and Hervé Laviale since the 2000 vintage. The vineyard, like the winemaking equipment has been refurbished and today Chateau de Lussac produces some of the best wines in the Saint Emilion region, on a terrain of clay and loam.
Griet splits her time between St. Emilion and Switzerland so we are honored to have her in Tokyo for the launch of Grape Off K.K.
We will be pouring 7 fabulous great value and all highly rated wines produced by Griet and Hervé Laviale –from Bordeaux, France.
We will also be serving a fantastic nine course French buffet. (See Menu below)
Space is limited to the first 50 people who register and pay their entry fee so prompt reservations are highly recommended.
EVENT: Grape Off Inaugural Wine Tasting
Date: Monday November 25th 2013
Time: 18:00 to 21:00 (6:00 pm to 9:00 pm)
Venue: Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown
9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku | Tokyo, Tokyo 107-0052
RSVP To: By buying your ticket online here.
Entry Fee: ¥5,000 per person
Payment: Advance payment by Credit Card or
Furikomi Grape Off KK, Mizuho Bank, Meguro Branch #194, Futsu 1207770
Assorted salad with French dressing
Marinated seafood and mushroom
smoked duck with berry sauce
marinated salmon with orange dressing
chicken galantine with paprika peppers
Red wine chicken stew with assorted vegetables (warm dish)
Baguette & sandwiches
LES CEDRES DE FRANC MAYNE 2007 - SAINT EMILION GRAND CRU
LES CEDRES DE FRANC MAYNE is the second wine of Château Franc Mayne, Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé
CHÂTEAU DE LUSSAC 2006 - SILVER MEDAL CONCOURS DE MÂCON 2009
Château de Lussac was founded in 1876 and has been the property of Mme G Laviale-Van Malderen and her husband Hervé since the 2000 vintage. The vineyard, like the winemaking equipment has been refurbished. And today Chateau de Lussac produces some of the best wines in the Saint Emilion region, on a terrain of clay and loam. The 3 colours live side by side: a rosé, Cabernet Franc and Merlot; a great wine with 80 % Merlot and 20 % Cabernet Franc; a second wind with a Merlot base, Le Libertin de Lussac and a white wine, a blend of Sauvignons, white and grey and Sémillion.
CHÂTEAU DE LUSSAC LE ROSÉ 2011
CHATEAU DE LUSSAC LE BLANC 2011
LE LIBERTIN DE LUSSAC 2008
Le Libertin de Lussac is the second wine of Château de Lussac. Following the tradition of Bordeaux's right bank, this wine is primarily Merlot. The left bank of Bordeaux is primarily planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and typically the wines are as well. Blend: 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc.
CHÂTEAU ST JEAN DE LAVAUD 2010
Château St Jean de Lavaud is a 1.10 hectare plot that is planted primarily with Merlot and Cabernet Franc.
LA CROIX BASTIENNE 2008
La Croix Bastienne has an area of 0.28 ha in production representing a single plot in the Montagne Saint-Emilion appellation.
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Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo Japan 141-0021