Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Tasting Set For Nov. 19

Monday, November 6, 2017

The Tennessee branch of the French American Chamber of Commerce announces their 5th annual Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Tasting will be held Sunday, Nov. 19, at The Granfalloon. This fundraising event for the French American Chamber of Commerce will begin at 6:30 p.m.  

“We will be celebrating this year’s harvest from the Beaujolais region in southeastern France,” said Emmanuel Becquet, president of the FACC. “This harvest undergoes a unique fermentation process that gives the Beaujolais Nouveau a distinct taste, different from all other wines. It’s always a fun fundraiser, and we are pleased to be hosting it this year at The Granfalloon, a popular Southside venue.”  

Tickets are $55 for this global tradition celebrated in classic French style. The event includes wine, along with live classical music by Gabrielle Sweet and food, including a variety of crepes and other heavy hors d’oeuvres. 

A limited number of tickets are available at www.FACC-Atlanta.com

About the FACC Tennessee branch: Since 2012, the French American Chamber of Commerce Tennessee Branch is committed to the promotion and facilitation of business relations between France and Tennessee. Through the efforts of its members, the FACC also develops and improves their economic, commercial and financial relations.




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