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Dallas and Dijon have been Sister Cities for 60 years?

This year, we’re delighted to celebrate this special relationship by putting an emphasis on French wines with an “accent” on Burgundy.


Domaine Zind-Humbrecht, Zind White Blend
Lucien Albrecht, Riesling Reserve

Henry Fessy, Beaujolais-Villages

Château Blaignan, Médoc
Château Bonneté, Grand Vin de Bordeaux, 2016
Château Coutet, Saint Emilion Grand Cru, 2013
Château Fonbadet, Paulliac, 2012
Château Gloria, Saint-Julien, 2013
Château Picque Caillou, Pessac-Leognan, 2013

Bouchard Ainé & Fils, Bourgogne Chardonnay
Bouchard Ainé & Fils, Pouilly Fuisse, 2013
Bouchard Ainé & Fils, Rully, 2014
Comte de Lupé, Bourgogne, Lupé-Cholet, 2013
Domaine Joseph Leflaive, Mâcon-Verze, 2014
Louis Latour, Mâcon-Villages Chameroy
Louis Latour, Pinot Noir

Libération de Paris Chardonnay, 2015
Libération de Paris Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015
Libération de Paris Pinot Noir, 2015
Libération de Paris Rosé, 2015

Loire Valley
Bourillon Dorleans, Vouvray Brut, Hélène Dorleans
Bourillon Dorleans, Vouvray Sec, La Coulée d’Argent, 2015
Domaine de la Noblaie, Chinon Rouge
Langlois-Château, Sancerre, 2016

Rhône Valley
Château Lamartine Cahors, 2011
Domaine des Lises, Crozes-Hermitage, 2012
E. Guigal, Saint-Joseph, “Lieu-Dit”, 2014
Libération de Paris Côtes du Rhone, 2015
Louis Latour, Ardèche Chardonnay
Pierre Amadieu, Gigondas, 2013

VIP Champagne Reception
Taittinger Brut La Francaise
Kir Royal
Château Croix de Beaucailou, St. Julien, 2012

Beer Tasting
St. Killian Importing
Kronenbourg 1664 & Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc

Taitinger Champagne
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For centuries, the site of coronation of French Kings and the oldest region of French wines
No white grape is ever used in the composition of a real Champagne wine, for it would bring a yellowish, shabby color.  The black grape, on the contrary, gives the wine its crystalline color. Madame de Pompadour, a favorite of king Louis the fifteenth, said: "Champagne makes woman more beautiful and… gives spirit to the men!"


Burgundy Wine
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   More Than a Province, almost a state which represented a real headache for the kings of France.
In the 11th century, the monks were wine growers. They built low stone walls around the best plots of land, thereby leaving behind the famous "clos" (enclosed fields), which align the landscape of Burgundy.

It was said that the Dukes of Burgundy were the "Lords of the best wines of Christianity".

Beaujolais Wine
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   Who knows that Beaujolais means “Beautiful Mountains”?
A little corner of France holding so many unknown treasures.
Legend has it that the giant Gargantua would have been behind the formation of some of these mountains; every time he found a rock in his shoe, he would throw it here or there, giving shape to the north Beaujolais landscape in the process.

   Bordeaux Region

Bordeaux Wine
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   A Unique soil, a favorable climate, quality grapes and an exceptional know how, the secret of a subtle and delicious wine.
XVth century, Bordeaux wines didn’t keep well in oak barrels; once opened if they weren’t then consumed fast enough, they would become undrinkable. A proverb was derived from this unpleasant experience: "When the wine is drawn, it must be drunk".

The famous French author Montesquieu used to said of his beloved region: "The air, the grapes, the wine from the banks of the river Garonne and the good temper of the Gascons are excellent antidotes to melancholy".

Rhone Valley

"There is no place like Rhone."
Viticulture arrived in Southern France with the Greeks in the 4th century BC. But it was the Romans who really established the vineyards and reputation of the area using the Rhône as their highway through France (and planting a few vineyards along the way).

Story has it that the popes who took up their residence in Avignon (1309-1377) instead of their traditional home in Rome were fond of burgundy wines. It’s difficult to imagine that they did not enjoy some “Chateauneuf du Pape”, a delicious wine produced in their neighborhood.