Chablis Tasting with COVER Books and Noble Rot Mag, March 9

Date: March 09, 2017

Time: 6:30 pm

Bread & Butterfly is proud to host our second wine tasting + magazine release party with Cover Books and Noble Rot: a Chablis event!

Sommelier Jordan Smelt will be pouring a range of his favorite wines from Chablis alongside hors d’oeuvres from Chef Billy Allin, and Katie Barringer from Cover Books will be on hand to give each guest a copy of Noble Rot #13 and a Cover Books tote bag.

If you’re not familiar with Noble Rot Magazine, it’s a highly-acclaimed and cutting-edge wine quarterly published in London. Their upcoming issue, “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”, features an article by Dan Keeling profiling the next generation of winemakers in Chablis.

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