Champagne and Canapes at City Winery with Jean-Luc Le Dû and David Waltuck, December 22

Since I was meeting a French wine girl (Miss Vicky) from Beaujolais country last Friday and Jean Luc Le Du of Le Du Wines had Jasmine Hirsch of Hirsch Vineyards pouring a couple of Sonoma Pinot Noirs including the Le Du creation, I offered that we visit Jean Luc shop.

We did not let the icy winds stop us.

As a side benefit of paying Jean Luc and Jasmine a visit, I was reminded that Jean-Luc and David Waltuck of famed and now closed NY restaurant Chanterelle are toasting the almost end of the year with a Champagne and Canapes (and a bit more) Evening on Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at City Winery.

The Event Card (below) says it all.

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I will not be there but I suggest you do.

Make a toast for me!

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