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Leeuwin Estate Winemaker Event, Friday May 7th, 2004, San Francisco

I've reviewed a Leeuwin Chardonnay here, and wish I was going to be in town to go to this event. Their wines are fantastic, and the Mark Hopkins is a great venue.

Here's the summary of the event, courtesy of The Jug Shop.

Leeuwin Estate Winemaker Event
Friday, 07May, 5:30-7:00pm
Venue: InterContinental Mark Hopkins, Florentine
Room Address: One Nob Hill (California at Mason atop Nob Hill), S.F.

Here's a rare opportunity to meet the proprietor of one of Australia's most beautiful wineries and sample some of his finest wines. Denis Horgan of Leeuwin Estate in Margaret River, WA, will be in San Francisco for a brief visit and is delighted to spend some time exclusively with us. Old Bridge Cellars, who imports these wonderful wines, will sponsor the wines. We have arranged for a nice reception with passed hors d'oeuvre at the elegant & historic Mark Hopkins Hotel -- a great way to spend a Friday evening!
Jug Shop special pricing will be offered on all wines poured at this event to those who attend.

Cost: $20 Members/$25 Non-Members & Guests/ $30 Day of Event
RSVP to Robin/AACC:
By phone 415 485 0317
Email: [email protected]

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