AN INVITATION TO A WINE DINNER WITH GONET-MÉDEVILLE
On December 13th, Restaurant Eve, Chef Cathal Armstrong, wine director Nikki Gulick, and sommelier Kristen Dennis would like to invite you to a wine dinner featuring Julie Gonet-Médeville of Gonet-Médeville Champagnes and the opportunity to taste outstanding wines from France, specially paired with a spectacular five-course dinner showcasing local bounty.
Wednesday, December 13 • 7 PM
$225 per guest (plus tax and gratuity)
Please RSVP by contacting us at (703) 706-0450, or firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Makers
Julie and Xavier Gonet-Médeville are, in many ways, the first couple of French wines.
Both hail from storied winemaking families: Julie’s family is famous for its incomparable Chateau Gilette, and Xavier comes from a long line of Champagne growers in Le Mesnil. Leading a new generation of winemakers, they bring their family knowledge, methods and passion to the many wines they now make together. In 2000, when his family’s plots were being divided, Xavier opted for a modest collection of the highest quality Grand Cru vineyards with a goal of producing only the most exquisite, small-production Champagnes. Champagne Gonet-Médeville’s Pinot Noir (Bisseuil and Ambonnay) and Chardonnay (Mesnil-Sur-Oger) are farmed organically, and each parcel is vinified separately to emphasize its individual terroir. There is no malolactic fermentation, and dosage is minute. Julie and Xavier’s resulting Champagnes are very elegant, delicate, festive and easy to drink.