Chandon de Briaille: Dinner

Domaine Chandon de Briailles | Dinner

Wednesday, February 28 2024
• At 7

Join Casey and yours truly for another winter night dinner at Bistro 5 in Medford. Last year, we sipped on Bordeaux while enjoying Chef Vittorio’s culinary gifts. This year, we’ve decided to take your tastebuds to Burgundy, specifically Chandon de Briailles. We’ll taste multiple Premier Cru and Grand Cru, and share some insights into the production thanks to our recent trip to their vineyard.

Over the years, we’ve developed a significant fan group for this incredible production. We’ve held private tastings studying these wines and enjoyed watching the evolution and flow of every vintage release. This time, I’m thrilled to share them sitting down for dinner with you.

Start time 7 pm. $180 per person. RSVP now to secure your spot. In case of cancelation: Please contact us 48 hour prior to event. Store credit refund only.

You must be over 21 to attend and be ready to show your MA ID.

Hudelot Dinner 2024


Wednesday, April 10 2024
• At 7

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sit down for dinner and enjoy a lineup of one of the most prestigious Côte de Nuits productions? Well, I have as well! And so, Emily Carr and I have planned an evening where we open and enjoy various vintages of 1er Cru and Grand Cru. Don’t miss this incredible experience – one that would cost a few thousand dollars if you went out and bought all these wines separately. And that’s without a fantastic three-course meal. With the creativity of Chef Vittorio Ettore from Bistro 5, this will be a night to remember!

Dinner starts at 7. Price is $350 per person, which includes tax and gratuity. Click below to reserve your spot now. Tickets are limited and not refundable.

You must be over 21 to attend and be ready to show your MA ID.

Hermitage FR


Thursday, March 14 2024
• From 5 to 7

Depending on where it’s produced, the interpretation and overall character of this fabulous grape changes dramatically – gifting us a different drinking experience each time. Many of of us have learned about this grape through Australian Shiraz, however areas like Washington State, US, Northern Rhone, France, and South Africa offer us a relatively lighter approach and lower alcohol content. Notes of red currants, dried leaves, and stunning spices, with immense cellaring potential and value.

Join us at the tasting table as Dan Lech shows the lineup that inspired us to do this tasting.


You must be over 21 to attend and be ready to show your MA ID.