We are not talking about any sparkling wine from California, Cava from Spain or Italian Prosseco. On Saturday March 14, Tour de Champagne is about champagne from a variety of prestigious champagne houses like Ruinart, Louis Roederer, and Perrier Jouet.
This event returns to Boston with plenty of bubbly and cuisine from some of the city’s most talented chefs, a special visit from former White House Pastry Chef Roland Messnier and live entertainment.
During the evening, guests will also have a chance to peruse a silent auction benefitting a local non-profit organization The Greater Boston Food Bank, and VIP ticketholders will enjoy a Fin de Soirée featuring Peyrot Cognacs, and a chocolate and dessert buffet at the Regatta Bar, following the main event.
For more than three years, Tour de Champagne has popped into cities including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, San Francisco and Washington D.C. In each city, the event joins forces with top local restaurants and chefs to create an unmatched champagne tasting experience.
Restaurants participating in the 2009 Tour de Champagne Boston include Aujourd’hui, Avila, Brasserie Jo, Elliott’s (Chef Eric Hellner will be flying in from this Seattle restaurant), Henrietta’s Table, Mantra, Radius, Rialto, and Sasso (with Lucca). Once again bringing chefs and sommeliers together from Boston’s finest restaurants promises to be the culinary treat of 2009.
Saturday, March 14, 2009
7 to 10 p.m. Tour de Champagne Main Event
9:30 to 11 :30 p.m. Fin de Soirée; includes champagne tasting, Peyrot Cognac sampling, a dessert buffet and the ‘Jeremy Carlstedt Trio’ of New York !
Dress – cocktail attire/black tie optional
Tour de Champagne attendees must be 21 and older.
Limited General Admission $115
All-inclusive tickets include: tasting of excellent champagnes, samples from Boston’s finest restaurants, entertainment and silent auction.
Extremely Limited VIP entrance $150
VIP tickets also include Fin de Soirée
Tickets available at www.tourdechampagne.com
Charles Hotel Cambridge
One Bennett Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Tour de Champagne Boston is excited to announce the 2009 non-profit partner, The Greater Boston Food Bank. This organization distributes approximately 30 million pounds of food and grocery products annually to more than 600 member hunger-relief agencies in a dedicated partnership to end hunger in eastern Massachusetts. The Food Bank serves 83,000 people each week.