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Champagne and Burgundy Tasting With ArteVino (6pm)

March 31 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

$35
Come by TVP and taste wines from Arlaux, Capitain Gagnerot, and Bernard Defaix!As early as 1320, the name Arlaux appeared in the margin of a document mentioning a transaction of the Abbey of Saint-Remi concerning the vinage (wine making) and the payment of the title. In 1792, the Royal Abbey of Saint-Remi was seized and sold as national property. Nicolas Arlaux then acquired the vineyards and lands that the family had already been cultivating for several centuries under the monks’ rule. However, it was not until 1826, one year after the coronation of Charles X, the last King of France that Jean Arlaux decided to produce his first bottles of sparkling wine. He had no idea of knowing that a century later, champagne would represent the totality of production, thus replacing the red and grey wines which had filled the coffers of the Abbey of Saint-Remi. For more than 15 generations the Arlaux family has passionately maintained the land that, in the 1950’s, Boris Vian the poet had called “the center of the world” (Le nombril du Monde)…a simple patch of vineyards plunging its roots into the depths of History.

The Domaine Gagnerot was established in 1802. In 1864 Marie, Jean-Baptiste’s unique daughter, marries François Capitain, wine trader, native of Champlitte. Together, Jean-Baptiste and François establish the Domaine Capitain-Gagnerot. After the phylloxera crisis which ravaged the Burgundian vineyard from the 1870s the the 1880s, Marie then widowed, decides to keep the domaine and to replant it vines. The succession is since made from father to son. After the Second World War, Roger Capitain inherits 3 hectares of vineyards and a wine trade. His two sons, Patrice and Michel, take over the domaine upon his retirement. Today, the domaine comprise 16 hectares of vineyards in full ownership, and it is Pierre-François and Delphine, Patrice’s children, who now oversee its destiny, supported by their spouses.

Fourth generation from a family of vine-growers, Bernard Defaix started with 2 ha in 1959. From this period, a method to protect the vineyard against spring frost was discovered. Thanks to this, the vine-growers could be sure to have a minimum of harvest every year and so they began to develop stable trade markets. The two sons of Bernard have been managing the domain since twenty years or so. Sylvain is in charge of the vinification, the ageing, the bottling and the preparation of orders. Didier takes care of the vineyard and the general management of the domain. Helene, Didier’s wife, looks after the administrative and the commercial part. The domain stretches over 27 hectares : Chablis Premier Cru (Côte de Lechet, Vaillons and Lys), Chablis and Petit Chablis. For many years yet, we have moved towards a sustainable and more ecological farming. Organic farming is the logical result of all this work.

The Lineup:

  • Arlaux Brut Grande Cuvee, Champagne, France NV
  • Arlaux Brut Speciale Reserve, Champagne, France NV
  • Capitain Gagnerot Hautes-Cotes de Beaune “Les Guelottes”, Burgundy, France 2016
  • Capitain Gagnerot St. Romain “Au Bas Poillange”, Burgundy, France 2016
  • Bernard Defaix Les Hautes de Milly Chablis, Burgundy 2019
  • Capitain Gagnerot Savigny-Les-Beaune 1er Cru “Les Charnieres”, Burgundy, France 2017
  • Capitain Gagnerot Eschezeaux Grand Cru, Burgundy, France 2015

Details

Date:
March 31
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
$35
Event Category:

Venue

The Vine Post
817 Donald Ross Road
Juno Beach, FL 33408 United States
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Phone:
5619351720
Website:
www.thevinepost.com
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