Dinner & vertical tasting with Veronique Sanders, Château Haut-Bailly, 22nd October 2019
Please join us for an exclusive dinner with Veronique Sanders, managing director of Graves Grand Cru Classe property Château Haut-Bailly, during which we’ll enjoy a vertical tasting of six wines from 2000 to 2009.
Veronique made Bordeaux history when she took the helm of Haut-Bailly in 1998 at just thirty years of age. A property associated with her family for four generations (but owned by American businessman Bob Wilmers since 1998), Haut-Bailly has gone from strength to strength under her leadership.
With thirty hectares under wines in Léognan in Graves, Haut-Bailly is one of Bordeaux’s most historic properties. Records date back to 1461, and they boast a four-hectare plot of vines over one hundred years old. With considerable investment in the past two decades, the château has never enjoyed more success than in this era under Veronique’s guidance.
We’ll begin with a glass of Champagne, and then sit for dinner beginning with their second wine, 2009 La Parde de Haut Bailly, and then six vintages of the Grand Vin: 2000, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. All are source directly from the château.
Places will be limited to 12 guests
|Date:||Wednesday 22nd October 2019|
|Location:||Medlar, 438 King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW10 0LJ|
|Closest stations:||Sloane Square, Brompton Cross|
To be confirmed closer to the event.
- Champagne on arrival
- 2009 La Parde de Haut-Bailly
- 2009 Château Haut-Bailly
- 2008 Château Haut-Bailly
- 2007 Château Haut-Bailly
- 2006 Château Haut-Bailly
- 2002 Château Haut-Bailly
- 2000 Château Haut-Bailly
To save you the trouble of printing out a ticket, we’ll have a guestlist at the door.
If you purchase more than one ticket, please share the name(s) of your guest(s) with [email protected] so that we know to expect them.
In the event you can no longer make it, we'll do our very best to credit your ticket towards future wines. We simply ask you give us as much notice as possible.
It may, on rare occasions, be necessary to substitute any of the wines advertised for one of a similar or better quality.