Please join us for a taste of France with International Wines & CraftBeer!
We plan to pour a sparkling Crémant, a Muscadet, a Beaujolaise, a white Burgundy, and a Cotes du Rhone.
Crement (sparkling): made with the same technique as Champagne, but from outside the Champagne region.
Muscadet: made in the region around Nantes, taste of melons and tree fruit, a traditional partner to raw shellfish. They are also ideal partners to seafood salads and lighter fish dishes that tend toward the briny side of the spectrum.
Beaujolaise: meant to be enjoyed young, and often benefit from a slight chill, making it a great option for warm-weather red wine.
Burgundy (white): unoaked simple wine with mineral and apple notes.
Cotes du Rhone: one of the largest appellations in all of France, it’s also one of the oldest. Meant to be enjoyed on release, majority of Cotes du Rhone wine do not require aging.