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SOURCE Planet Bordeaux
One day-only events in New York and Chicago, "A Goldmine of Planet Bordeaux Wines," bring together over 60 of the most affordable and accessible wines from France's most famous wine producing region
NEW YORK, Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The very name "Bordeaux" conjures up the image of a glass of wine. For everyone who loves wine from this region, located in the Southwest part of France, and for everyone who wishes they knew more about the world's most famous wine region, "A Goldmine of Planet Bordeaux," an event sponsored by the Bordeaux & Bordeaux Superieur Winemakers' Association, offers a unique opportunity to discover the most accessible, affordable and delicious wines that Bordeaux has to offer. Every one of the 60 wines selected for these events in New York (March 5, Metropolitan Pavilion) and Chicago (April 19, The Skydeck in Willis Tower) represents value for money and are readily available in the United States.
"For many American wine lovers, Bordeaux is synonymous with top-quality French wine. But they may not understand the broad variety of wines this famous region has to offer," said Bernard Farges, President of the Bordeaux & Bordeaux Superieur Winemakers' Association. "We decided to create fun, approachable events at an affordable ticket price that would give connoisseurs and novices alike the chance to take a deeper look at Bordeaux wines. What better way to learn about wine than to actually speak to the people who make the best wines in the world?"
"A Goldmine of Planet Bordeaux Wines" provides a convivial atmosphere in which experts and amateurs can rub elbows with Bordeaux winemakers as they taste wines that were hand-selected by a panel of judges on the basis of taste, value and artisanal production. Tickets for each event are $35 and are available via LocalWineEvents.com.
Some of the most interesting facts that attendees will be pleased to find out include:
Representing the Bordeaux & Bordeaux Superieur winemakers at the New York City event are:
Interviews with the winemakers, Kevin Zraly and representatives of the Bordeaux & Bordeaux Superieur Winemakers' Association are available in advance of and at each event.
Louise O'Brien, DKC
(212) 981 5181
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