On Wednesday, April 18th at 7pm, please join me in welcoming Sophie Couvreur of Champagne et Villages to the Wine School at l’Alliance Française for a tasting of twelve estate-bottled Champagnes from her portfolio of grower-producers at Champagne et Villages.
Champagne et Villages was created by Paul and Françoise Couvreur in 1998 and is now run by their daughter Sophie. Their business is dedicated to the promotion of boutique grower champagnes. Drawing on Paul’s extensive experience with over 20 years running and marketing major champagne houses, together they have selected a range of quality driven, passionate and individual champagne brands that mirror their own philosophy of quality and commitment. The family has established fantastic relationships with their grower producers – a testament to their desire to understand the family, their philosophy and practices as much as their wines.
The line up:
VAZART-COQUARTt Blanc de Blancs NV
CAMILLE SAVES Brut 1er Cru NV
JACQUES PICARD Berru Brut NV
MARCEL MOINEAUX Brut Grand Cru NV
JOSE DHONDT Brut Rose de Saignee NV
CAMILLE SAVES Brut Rose Grand Cru
VAZART-COQUART Blanc de Blancs Brut Special Club 2009
SERVEAUX Brut Carte Noire NV
CAMILLE SAVES Brut Gand Cru “Anais Jolie Coeur” 2008
GODME Alouettes St. Bets 1er cru Blanc de Blancs 2008
GODME Champs St. Martin Grand cru Blanc de Noirs 2008
VAZART-COQUART Demi Sec NV
The CHAMPAGNE et VILLAGES Tasting will cost $50.00 per person (Cash or Check) or $52.63 regular. The class will meet at 7pm on Wednesday April 18 at l’Alliance Française. To purchase your ticket, please contact Susan at 713-854-7855 or email@example.com.
L’Alliance Française is the French cultural center in Houston. Located at 427 Lovett Blvd., l’Alliance is on the southeast corner of Lovett and Whitney (one block south of Westheimer and two blocks east of Montrose).
If you buy a ticket and will not be able to attend, please cancel at least 24 hours before the class or you may be charged. Later cancellations will not be charged if we can fill the seat. This is often case as we regularly have waiting lists for these classes.