San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Now in our third year of operation, 1313 main has become synonymous with major luxury events here in the Napa Valley. On March 21st, we will be offering a rare opportunity at our second grand tasting event. The second installment in our “On Main” series, “Burgundy on Main”, offers guests the most prolific Burgundy showcase north of the Golden Gate. Dozens of the best white and red Burgundies will be on hand to taste, along with the opportunity to personally acquire these rare wines for your collection.
We will be pouring over 50 bottles to taste, including Domaine Faiveley, Jean-Marc Brocard, Louis Latour, Louis Jadot, Vincent Girardin, Domaine Leflaive, Joseph Drouhin, and rare, highly sought after grower houses, including Lignier-Michelot, Mongeard Mugneret, Noel-Gagnard, and many more. In addition to the wines, there will be passed authentic Burgundian hors d’oeuvres and classic regional cheeses and charcuterie special ordered for the event, and flown in from Burgundy.
Every ticketholder will be entered into a raffle for 1 bottle of 2009 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti (DRC) “Echézeaux” Grand Cru (750ml), valued on the market between $700 and $1,000 per 750ml bottle.
All wines poured at the event will be available for standard retail purchase by the bottle or case, quantities permitting. For those who purchase over $1,000, 1313 will apply a $50 discount to their entry ticket, and those who spend over $2,000 will be refunded 100% of their entry ticket.
Tickets are on sale for $100 a person and are extremely limited with only 100 available.
Industry, consumer, and Burgundy aficionados alike - This is an event that you will not want to miss! For more information, call us at 707-258-1313, or email Blair Hunt at email@example.com
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1313 Main Restaurant & Wine Bar is inspired by the bounty of California's food and wine. To celebrate the two, the menu is served as a 3 course menu and features a cellar of 1,900 labels with 50 wines by the glass from all over the globe.