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Weygandt Wines Tasting - Sips for Winter

  • 02/18/2017
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • 3519 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC. 20008
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Join CCW for a private wine tasting!  Since 1987, Peter Weygandt of Weygandt-Metzler Importing has been an importer of top artisanal European wines. He has gained an international reputation for the quality and diversity of his selections. Weygandt Wines in Washington, DC, is the next natural step for Weygandt-Metzler: a retail store dedicated to showcasing Peter’s portfolio, from the most well-known viticultural regions and winemakers to lesser-known appellations as well as up-and-coming producers. It is a place where consumers can come to learn about the portfolio, and occasionally meet the importer and our winemakers.  Check out the full wine tasting list below.


Weygandt Wines location


Right across from Cleveland Park (Red Line)


$22 - Members

$27 - Non-members


Lindsay Schattenstein,

Wine Tasting List:

Domaine du Vissoux Crémant de Bourgogne Brut Nature NV – Beaujolais, France – 100% Chardonnay – 12% abv – Sustainable – All Chardonnay from a top producer in Beaujolais, Pierre-Marie Chermette’s Cremant de Bourgogne Brut Nature has a wet earth and truffle characteristic to go with pretty brioche, apple and hints of nuttiness. Medium-bodied, juicy and crisp, it is fresh and lively, and has plenty of charm.

Marc Plouzeau Château de la Bonnelère “Les Devants” 2015 – Touraine - Loire Valley, France – 100% Sauvignon Blanc – 12.5% abv – Organic – Very pale color in the glass. Displays a big nose of flowers, lemons, minerals, and sea shells. The palate shows tart lemons, lots of minerals and focused acid. It is very precise, with solid length on the finish.

Alain Ignace “La Tuillère” Vacqueyras 2014 – Rhône Valley, France – 80% Bourbelenc, 20% Roussanne – 12.5% abv – Organic – A perfumed, exotic style, with notes of mint, apple blossom, citrus and hints of minerality emerging from the glass.

Domaine Saladin “Loï” 2011 – Ardèche – Rhône Valley, France – Mostly Grenache (red and white), some Syrah and Carignan – 14% abv – Organic – A finesse-driven effort, this sports plenty of smoked black fruits, cherry, new leather, licorice, wild herbs and loamy earth qualities as well as a medium-bodied, focused and firm feel on the palate. Impressive, with solid mid-palate depth.

Domaine des Soulanes “Jean Pull” 2014 – Roussillon, France – 40% Grenache, 30% Carignan, 15% Mourvèdre, 15% Syrah – 14% abv – Organic – Offering pretty notes of black and blue fruits, violets, pepper and hints of leather, this is medium-bodied, fresh, focused and has present tannin that emerge on the finish.

Château Grand Launay Côtes de Bourg 2015 – Côtes de Bourg - Bordeaux, France – 70% Merlot, 30% Malbec – 14% abv – Organic – The nose features cassis mixed with dark cherries and a touch of bergamot. The palate is very well balanced with hints of fresh date and fig on the entry, a fine bead of acidity, and fine tannins with impressive balance and tension on the finish.

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