VIP Wine Tasting Event
at Cork & Fork's DC Store
Meet the Winemaker of Lake Chalice
8 Flight Wine Tasting with Light Pairings.
Named after a lake high in the hills surrounding the Marlborough plains, Lake Chalice Wines grew from a friendship between viticulturist Phil Binnie and winemaker/raconteur Chris Gambitsis. Their ruggedly stony 30-acre Falcon Vineyard in Wairau Valley yields small quantities of intensely flavored fruit that is carefully crafted into a range of delicious, character-filled wines that emphasize depth and length of flavor.
Cork & Fork is proud to partner with Lake Chalice's winemaker Chris Gambitsis, to present an enchanting viniferous extravaganza.
Please join us on Thursday, May 16th 2013 for a spectacular tasting showcasing one of the finest producers from New Zealand, Lake Chalice.
A tantalizing eight flight wine menu has been specially crafted to demonstrate beautifully the skill of the winery and expression of the region. Chris Gambitsis, winemaker of Lake Chalice, will be guiding us through this wonderful wine journey.
This is a very special and rare opportunity to experience the best New Zealand wines as well as experience the viticultural eloquence of Chris, and mingle with your wine peers in a luxurious and relaxing private wine venue.
This is an extraordinary value, given the number of wine options, the quality of the wines and the elite and exclusive experience. This is both an evening and a bargain that should not be missed. This experience is only $25 per person.
We are offering this exclusive event as a thank you to our loyal VIP customers, so please be sure to RSVP right away. This event will be held in the Cork & Fork DC store which has a very limited 25 person seating.
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Cork & Fork
1522 14th Street NW
$25 per person
*Ticket price is fully refundable if cancelled 72-hours prior to the event. After that time, you may cancel for Cork & Fork store credit.*
Seating is limited to TWENTY FIVE (25) GUESTS maximum and we will sell out. Please book early to avoid disappointment.