Tasting - Rosé evening - Maison Vauron7:45 - 9:45 pm
Venue: Johnsonville Community Centre Hall, 30 Moorefield Rd, Johnsonville, Wellington 6037
Entry fee: Members $14, Guests $18
Presenter: Will Brunel-Morvan, Trade Manager
Based in Auckland, Maison Vauron is New Zealand's largest specialist in the fine wine and small domains of France, with hundreds of references in regions such as Burgundy, Bordeaux, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Champagne, Alsace, Provence, Languedoc-Roussillon, Rhone Valley, Beaujolais, Madiran, Savoie, Loire Valley, Cremant, Liqueurs and French beer. Will is proud to present the following wines:
- 2015 Fazi Corsica Rosé
- 2015 Embruns Sable de Camargue Rosé
- 2015 Miradou Cotes de Provence Rosé
- 2015 Château de Fesles Anjou Rosé
- 2015 Prieuré de Montezargues Tavel
To round off the presentation, we will have the chance to compare these French Rosés with a couple of New Zealand offerings.
- The Hunters (Pinot based)
- Hawkes Bay Estate (merlot)
With summer “still” just around the corner, what a great opportunity to try some wines which make for really great drinking in the warmer weather.
Anne is showing off and has sent this photo of the contents of her fridge. Now personally I might make an observation about the lack of food evident. However, what is it they say about wine being the nectar of the Gods. If bees can live on nectar, maybe humans can too. I think however that this might be a cry for help and what she would like is for lots of people to come to this month’s tasting of Rosé wines. We would all be doing her a favour by clearing room in the fridge so she can again store a few food items. (No No Anne, food items, not more Rosé)
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Member prize draw
At each meeting, there is a members’ prize draw, but you must be present to win. We also have a raffle draw each tasting with the prize of a bottle of wine. Purchase your tickets at the door and be in to win.
Drinking and driving
Members will be aware of the lowering of drink/drive limits from December 2014. If unsure read the Land Transport Amendment Act (no 2) 2014. We ask members to be conscious of these limits. For those driving, water and some food are provided or think about a designated driver, taxi, uber or dial-a-driver to get you home safely.
Wine bottle screw caps
Anne is collecting them to give to the Lions organised Kan Tabs for Kids. No food lids or beer tops, please. Save and bring them to the next monthly meeting.