Diary Dates

a date in nuits…

By billn on February 12, 2009 #diary dates

A communiqué from Nuits for your interest:

A first unique event :

The most important Domaines of Nuits Saint Georges : Domaine Bertrand Ambroise, Domaine de l’Arlot, Domaine Ballorin & F., Maison Albert Bichot, Louis Bouillot – Crémants de Bourgogne, Domaine Jean Pierre Bony, Domaine Chauvenet-Chopin, Domaine Jean Chauvenet, Domaine Chevillon-Chezeaux, Domaine Robert Chevillon, Domaine Jérôme Chezeaux, Domaine Georges Chicotot, Domaine Coudray Bizot, Domaine Dubois R. & Fils, Domaine Guy & Yvan Dufouleur, Domaine Dupaquier & Fils., Domaine Faiveley, Domaine Fleurot, Domaine Gachot Monot, Domaine Christian Gavignet Bethanie, Domaine Philippe Gavignet, Domaine Henri Gouges, Domaine Jean-Michel Guillon, Domaine Jaffelin, Domaine Laurent & Fils. Domaine Philippe & Vincent Lecheneaut, Domaine François Legros, Domaine Chantal Lescure, Domaine Thibault Liger-Belair, Domaine Bertrand Machard de Gramont, Domaine Alain Michelot, Domaine Paul Misset, Domaine des Perdrix, Domaine Petitot Jean & Fils., Domaine Henri & Gilles Remoriquet, Domaine Rion Daniel & Fils, Domaine Antonin Rodet, Domaine René Tardy & Fils et Domaine Pierre Thibert – come together for the first time to show their greatest wines.

Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd March 2009

In the heart of the village of Nuits Saint Georges and on the occasion of the Auction of the Hospices de Nuits (from 10.. to 18.00). “The Nuits au Grand Jour” is the first exhibition bringing together all the major growers / winemakers of the Nuits Saint Georges, with the aim of allowing the general public to taste and buy the wines. The syndicat of appellation has convinced its members to organise a comparative tasting of all the “Climats” of Nuits Saint Georges. It provides a unique occasion to access the wines of certain domaines which are often difficult to find and also to discover lesser-known producers.

Truly a “First” for this prestigious village : such an event has never happened before. This event takes place during the weekend of the Auction of Hospices wines, the Chocolate Show and the Half Marathon. The lovers of wine will be able to taste and to buy all the wines shown on the day.

Very much hoping that your readers can come and take part of this first and unique tasting, we look forward to welcoming them very soon in Burgundy.

www.nuitsaugrandjour.com

burgundy wine school programme

By billn on January 11, 2008 #diary dates

calendarExcept where stated otherwise, all courses take place in Beaune
Tel. +33 (0)3 80 26 35 10 – www.ecoledesvins-bourgogne.com

January 25-27: Saint-Vincent tour weekend in Saint-Romain, combining specific training and participation in the Saint-Vincent festivities.

From January 31 1 class every 2 weeks, (6 sessions): Evening class strengthening the ‘basics’ and tasting sessions.

March 1st & 2nd, March 22 & 23: Introductory weekend.

February 2 and 16, March 1st, 8, 15 and 22: ‘The basics’ lecture and tasting session. (1/2 day) and tasting day.

From February 2: ‘From Vine to Cellar’. 5 days in 2008 to learn by practising the main steps in wine-making.

March 11 – 14: Grands Jours de Bourgogne training course. This course, for wine professionals and specifiers, combines tasting sessions in the classroom and attendance at Grands Jours de Bourgogne events.

March 31 – April 2: Amateur taster’s certificate. 2 days of sensory analysis and 1 day of intense tasting.

saint vincent 2008 in saint romain

By billn on January 07, 2008 #diary dates

saint vincent in saint romainThe start of the year in Burgundy heralds, amongst other things, the Burgundy Saint Vincent festivals. Each year there is a touring one which brings together over 80 villages – this year it’s in Saint Romain on the 26th and 27th January.

From the BIVB:

“Founded on the initiative of the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin in 1938, the Saint Vincent tour brings together wine-growers from mutual support societies from all over Burgundy. First and foremost it is a wine-growers’ festival, which over the years has attracted a wide audience. The general public is granted access to the tasting cellars on purchase of a glass (10€) and a tasting logbook.”

Saint Romain is a relatively pretty Côte de Beaune village set on the hillside above Monthelie and Auxey, and will also be celebrating their appellation’s sixtieth anniversary. On the Saturday morning their will be a parade through the village at 7.45am and again at 11.15am. A banquet is also organised for the evening. Further information and the opportunity to book for the banquet (130€) can be found at:
www.saint-vincent-2008.com.
saint vincent in saint romain 1964

  Photo: The last Saint Vincent in Saint Romain | 1964

146th hospices de beaune auction

By billn on November 10, 2006 #diary dates#other sites

hospices christies
Christies now have their online info-pack available for the sale of 2006 burgundy in barrel – you can bid direct or maybe join a syndicate to buy. The whites should be good as should the Mazis and Corton reds – the rest will need some careful selection…
http://www.christies.com/promos/nov06/5454/overview.asp

bourgogne agenda for november

By billn on November 01, 2006 #diary dates

Dates for your diary in November:

  • 11-12 November – “Fête des vins du Grand Auxerrois”, Saint-Bris-le-Vineux. Tastings and cooking demonstrations. Tel. +33 (0)3 86 53 66 76
  • 17 November – “Grumage de Santenay” in Santenay. Tastings of new wine. Tel. +33 (0)3 80 20 67 77
  • 17-18 November – “Hospices de Beaune Wine Auction”, Beaune. A weekend of activities to mark the Hospices wine auction, includes tastings of Hospices wines, and also in merchants’ cellars http://www.ot-beaune.fr Tel. +33 (0)3 80 26 21 30
  • 17-18 November – 134th “Exposition générale des vins de Bourgogne”, Palais des Congrès, Beaune. Tastings of new-vintage. Tel. +33 (0)3 80 62 30 61
  • 18 November – Le Roi Chambertin, Domaine Marchand-Grillot, Geverey-Chambertin. Growers association tasting (€5) and wine auction in aid of cancer charity Tel. +33 (0)3 80 58 54 98
  • 26 November – Fundraising Dinner for the Abbey of Saint-Vivant in the Château du Clos de Vougeot. Lecture, recital by a sextet from the Berlin Philharmonic followed by ‘prestige’ dinner. Further info. on the association’s website http://www.saint-vivant.net or direct to PDF info en Français

bourgogne agenda for october…

By billn on September 21, 2006 #diary dates

Dates for your diary in October:

  • 14 October – “Foulée des Vendanges” Savigny-lès-Beaune. Foot-race through the
    vineyards. +33[0]3 80215121
  • 21-22 October – “Paulée de la Côte Châlonnaise”, Châlon-sur-Saône and Givry (Saône-et-Loire). Harvest-home celebrations. Tel. +33[0]3 85 45 22 99 or [0]3 85 48 37 97.
  • 21-22 October – “Coup d’oeil, coup de coeur”, Auxey-Duresses. Open-cellars event. Tel. +33[0]3 80 21 25 78.
  • 22 October – “Fête des vendanges”, Joigny (Yonne). Harvest festival. Tel. +33[0]3 86 62 11 05.
  • 28 October – “Vinplissime” 1st “Journées Nationales du Vin”. Tel. +33[0]1 56 03 14 31.
  • 28-29 October – “Fête du vin bourru” Nuits-Saint-Georges (Côte-d’Or). Tastings and entertainments. Tel. +33[0]3 80 62 11 17. www.lacabotte.com
  • 28-29 October – 58th “Fête des Vins de Chablis”. Entertainments, and tastings of local wines and produce. Tel. +33[0]3 86 42 42 22.
  • 11-12 November – “Fête des Vins du Grand Auxerrois” , St-Bris-le-Vineux. Saturday: trade. Sunday: general public. Tel. +33[0]3 86 53 66 76.

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