French Paradox Tasting – Friday, July 10th @ 5:30

French Paradox is known as the ambassador of French terroir in the United States.  Their traditional strength has been the Rhone valley which is a consequence of the strong parentage of the company: the main principle of A French Paradox, Jean-Philippe Termoz is also one of the principle owners of Chateau Signac. This winery produces a couple of super-premium Côtes du Rhône Village wines made by Alain Dugas of Chateau La Nerthe (Unanimously considered one of the top 5 estates in Chateauneuf-du-Pape) and is a main staple of the AFP portfolio.

They work with some of the most important estates in the southern Rhône appellations and have parlayed our success to form relationships with one of the top estates in the northern Rhône. They work with unequivocally the best producers out of the Southwest of France and some of the shining stars of Burgundy, Chablis, Bordeaux, Languedoc, Roussillon and Provence, and continue to expand on their French roots with prestige products from Champagne, additional wines from the Loire and the Midi. Cheeses and crackers will be served.

Advanced reservations are always suggested – $15 advance purchase or $20 at the door on a space available basis.  Click here for more details and to purchase your tickets


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