Le Bon Marché

Dear Feastlings,

When you’ve been around for a while, you can’t help yourself: you remember what things used to cost.  And as much as inflation has slowed, you don’t often see any prices moving backward.  Each vintage of wine creeps up a dollar or two, or five, or more, especially those who have to make it first across an ocean and then across a country to arrive here.  We wince each time a new vintage is released as it edges its way out of a comfortable price point.  Values, however, remain to be found, and this week, or pal Jennifer will be with us pouring Bordeaux after Bordeaux (okay, and a Côtes du Rhône) whose price has remained beyond fair for its quality.  It’s the perfect opportunity to renew your faith in affordable yet delicious- or delicious yet affordable- French wine.

At 2:00 this Saturday, March 16th, you’ll be able to taste these winners and put a few bottles aside for your near-future enjoyment.  Ring us up at (520) 326-9363 and let us know you’ll be joining us and we’ll save you some wine and a ringside seat for the afternoon’s serious French values.  It’s $18 plus tax and tip, and well worth it for the experience, the knowledge, the camaraderie and the discount.


Le Bon Marché


You can see the tasting order and pricing here.


2022 Dourthe “N˚1” Sauvignon Blanc, Bordeaux AOC

2020 Comtesse de Malet Roquefort Rouge (Merlot, Cabernet Franc,) Bordeaux AOC

2015 Château du Taillan Cru Bourgeois (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc,) Haut-Médoc AOC

2019 Famille Perrin “Nature” (Grenache, Syrah,) Côtes du Rhône AOC

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