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Hospice du Rhone moves to Tennesse May 2-5 

The Hospice du Rhone, billed as the “World’s Largest International Celebration of Rhone Variety Wines” has moved to Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee and runs May 2-5, 2013. The event was formerly hosted in Paso Robles.

Rhône at Blackberry Farm | May 2 – 5, 2013

Hospice du Rhone“We are excited to be heading back to the alluring Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee to host an exclusive Hospice du Rhône focused weekend, May 2-5, 2013. Winemakers from around the world already have their plane tickets booked to host you for an incrdible weekend of exploring the Rhône varieties in one of the most picturesque and relaxing places on earth (if we do say so).

“Included within this Rhônely line-up will be Yves Gangloff of Domaine Mathilde et Yves Gangloff of Condrieu, France, Claire Michel of Le Vieux Donjon of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France, Russell From of Herman Story Wines and Jordan Fiorentini of Epoch Estate Wines both from Paso Robles, California.Tantalizing taste buds from the kitchen will be fired up by renowned Argentine Chef Francis Mallmann of Restaurante Patagonia Sur of Buenos Aires, Argentina who will treat guests to the fresh and authentic tastes of Argentina.

“Come, treat your palate, body and mind with a weekend like no other. This weekend will demonstrate why Blackberry Farm was ranked the “Number 1 resort in the continental US and Canada” by Travel + Leisure Magazine. To reserve your space for this remarkable event, contact Blackberry Farm at 800.648.4252. We look forward to celebrating the world of Rhône wines with you this coming May!”

Rhône in San Francisco with the Rhone Rangers | March 22 – 23, 2013

“Head to San Francisco March 22 – 23 for a weekend celebration of American Rhone wines brought to you by the Rhone Rangers. The weekend begins with the scrumptious Winemakers Dinner in Fort Mason Center’s gorgeous General’s Residence hosted by fifteen winemakers. Dishes for this evening will be prepared by our dear friends and fellow Rhone wine lovers from the girl & the fig.

“The weekend culminates with the Grand Tasting where guests taste more than 500 wines from more than 100 Rhone Rangers wineries and sample gourmet foods from specialty food purveyors — cheese, bread, olive oil, charcuterie, fruit, and sweets. In addition to the Grand Tasting, the program includes two Saturday tasting seminars: “Old World Inspiration, New World Innovation” and “Mourvedre, A Rising Star in the World of American Rhones.”

Source: Hospice du Rhone

 

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