Wine tasting at Château Carbonnieux, Grand Cru Classé Graves, AOC Pessac- Leognan.
We shall meet at Château Carbonnieux, Chemin Peyssardet, 33850 Leognan at 10.30 for a visit and tasting.
Founded in the 13th century by the Benedictine Monks of the Abbaye de Saint Croix, Château Carbonnieux is one of the oldest estates in the Bordeaux Region and is renowned for both its red and white wines.
In 1956, Marc Perrin purchased the château, that became a Cru Classé in 1959, for its red and white wines. Today, Eric and Philibert, his grandsons, have taken over, continuing the remarkable work of their father Antony.
The cost for the visit and tasting is 7€.
Afterwards I have reserved a table at Restaurant Le Pistou which is in the centre of Martillac. They are doing us a menu with wine and coffee included for 19€30 A delicious menu has been proposed, including a choice of main course, as follows:
Salade d’iceberg au saumon Gravlax et pointes d’asperges
Poisson du marché, chorizo rôti sauce au Pistou
OR Mijoté de veau à la provençale
Crumble aux pommes, glace vanille
If you would like to join us please send Pamela your cheque made out to the BBC for 26€30 to cover both the visit and the lunch to reach her, together with your choice of main dish, not later than Wednesday, May 4th.
Your cheque will not be cashed until after the event so if you should fall out at the last minute your cheque will be returned to you.
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