Tour de Champagne comes to New York City for the first time
This fall, the National Champagne Tasting Event, Tour de Champagne, makes a stop at La.Venue in Manhattan for one evening of pairings of very select champagne with fare from some of New York’s many great restaurants.
Sherry-Lehmann will host a special Vintage Seminar prior to the start of the Tour de Champagne main event, featuring Moët Hennessy USA champagnes such as Krug, Ruinart and Dom Perignon. Only 50 seats are available for this extraordinary experience!
During Tour de Champagne New York, guests will have the opportunity to sample champagnes from more than 20 Champagne Houses, enjoy live music, sample bites from local restaurants and get a chance to win a trip for two to Paris compliments of Air France or an item frm the selct items in the Silent Auction. The evening concludes with an After-Party at the Bubble Lounge.
Visit www.tourdechampagne.com for the most current information.
|WHEN:||Thursday, November 12, 2009
6 - 7 PM - Charles Curtis, Master of Wine, emcees the Vintage Seminar presented by Seth Box, Director of Education for Moët Hennessy - ONLY for Vintage Seminar Ticket holders
7 - 10 PM - Tour de Champagne Main Event
10:30 PM - 1 AM - After-Party at the Bubble Lounge - ONLY for VIP Tour de Champagne Ticket holders
|TICKETS:||$225- Vintage Seminar Ticket (includes entrance to Tour de Champagne as well as access to the VIP Lounge throughout the evening)
$160 - VIP ticket (includes entrance to Tour de Champagne as well as access to the VIP Lounge throughout the evening)
$120 - General Admission (all-inclusive tickets includes: tasting of fine champagne, food samples from fine New York restaurants, entertainment, silent auction and Air France ticket raffle
Purchase your tickets herewww.tourdechampagne.com/newyork.html
General Admission Ticket does NOT include admission to the After-Party at the Bubble Lounge.
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