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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Celebrate the Tour de France with tour of samples from Colonial Wines & Spirits

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Tour de France. The drama of a single person on two wheels, racing across the country with one goal: to become the best among elite cyclists. Imagine riding a bicycle from Little Rock to Seattle and you get the picture of the distance, challenges and sheer willpower involved. During the Tour, riders pass through some of the world’s premiere wine regions. You can do what they can’t; visit the Colonial Wines & Spirits Tasting Bar and enjoy the fine vintages of the Tour’s 21 Stages. They’ll be serving samples paralleling the Tour de France schedule through this month. So, as they’ll likely say to kick off the Tour: on your mark, get set…commencez!


Saturday, July 4
Chateau Saransot-Dupre, Bordeaux
Chateau Blaignan, Bordeaux

Wednesday, July 8
Baron Rothschilde Red Bordeaux
Baron Rothschilde White Bordeaux

Thursday, July 9
Jardine en Fleur Touraine
Couly Dutheil, Chinon

Friday, July 10
Michele Redde, Sancerre
Michele Redde Pouilly-Fume

Saturday, July 11
Serge Laporte, Sancerre
Jaques Copinet, Brut

Wednesday, July 15
Cedre Heritage, Malbec
Cuvee Marie Jurancon Sec

Thursday, July 16
Bouvet, Brut
Gerard Bertrand Cote des Roses

Friday, July 17
Bila Haut Red
Bila Haut Rose
Bile Haut White

Saturday, July 18
HB. Picpoul
La Remise de la Mordoree, Rose
Chateau des Karantes, Red Languedoc

Wednesday, July 22
Pegau Pink
Parallele 45 Cotes du Rhone

Thursday, July 23
La Grande Noir, Pinot Noir
Tariquet, Sauvignon

Friday, July 24
Pierre Boniface, Apremont
Georges Vernay, Syrah

Saturday, July 25
Piper Heidsieck Brut
Piper Heidsieck Extra Dry

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