It’s the holiday season, alright. But here’s a day worth celebrating that you may not be aware of: Beaujolais Nouveau Day, a highly anticipated day celebrated by French wine lovers across the world. On the third Thursday of every November in Beaujolais, wineries release the very first bottles of the new harvest. These young, easy-drinking expressions of Gamay are popped and enjoyed in restaurants and gatherings all over France.
But who says France gets to have all the fun?! On Thursday, November 21st at Death & Taxes , we’re throwing a little Beaujolais party of our own, with four Beaujolais Nouveau offerings available by the glass, plus features from the kitchen inspired by Burgundy.
The menu? Think onion gratinee, steak frites, and a wood-fire influenced play on coq au vin. And the wine? We’ll be offering three Beaujolais Nouveau and one Beaujolais Nouveau Rose by the glass, as well as several Cru Beaujolais options by the bottle.
Want to join? Make a reservation here. There’s no prefixe or ticket, just an opportunity to dine with us and be the first to taste the 2019 vintage of Beaujolais.