Ted Lemon of Littorai at Ferry Wine Merchant (Tasting 47)


 

Here is another tasting for you…………..

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Ted Lemon of Littorai
Date:
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Time:
4:30pm – 7:30pm
Location:
Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant
Description
Join us on Wednesday, March 31st, from 4:30-7:30pm, as we welcome special guest Ted Lemon, owner and winemaker of the legendary Littorai Wines. We are honored to welcome Ted as our featured winemaker and are proud to be able to showcase such elusive and distinctive wines that are simply never available in a retail setting. Littorai Wines are among the most elegant, complex wines made in California, are highly allocated and are only available directly from the winery and in restaurants. What a coup!

Littorai Wines was founded in 1993 by Heidi and Ted Lemon to produce vineyard designated Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from the true north coast of California: western Sonoma and western Mendocino Counties. To say the least, they have achieved their goal. In a short period of time their wines have received an avalanche of critical praise and the winery has a growing roster of avid fans.

The word Littorai is the plural form of the latin word for coast: Litor. This geographical reference reminds us that wine should have a sense of place to be distinctive. The French call it terroir, the Lemons just consider it part of their core belief in producing wines of superb quality that reflect their source. It is no surprise to discover that Ted Lemon began his studies in Burgundy at the Universite de Bourgogne and apprenticed at several great Burgundy houses. Luckily, he has remained true to his roots. In Littorai, Ted’s winemaking sensibilities have come together with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from the cool climate of the Northern California coast to create something truly and uniquely marvelous.
Don’t Miss This Eventful Tasting!

We know you won’t want to miss this rare opportunity to taste the superb wines of Littorai at Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant. So come down and help us welcome Ted Lemon as he guides us through a flight of his exceptional wines.

MARCH MADNESS continues at Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant and Oxbow Wine Merchant! We will be showing all of the games available on all of the big screen, high-def TV’s at the Ferry Plaza Wine Bar and at our sister store in Napa, Oxbow Wine Merchant. Come on down and join us for a tasty beverage and some game time snacks and enjoy all the thrills that the NCAA Basketball Tournament has to offer! Showing today all the way through to the Championship Game on April 5th. See you there.

The featured wines are served as a series of two ounce glasses. If you would like a full glass just ask your bartender. The wines will also be available for retail purchase while supplies last….

The cost of the flight will be $35 and will feature the following wines:

2007 Littorai Chardonnay Charles Heintz Vineyard, Sonoma Coast
Retail $70, 5oz. glass $20.75

2008 Littorai Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast
Retail $41, 5oz. glass $13.50

2007 Littorai Savoy Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley
Retail $65, 5oz. glass $19.50

2007 Littorai Roman Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley
Retail $70, 5oz. glass $20.75

2007 Littorai Hirsch Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast
Retail $70, 5oz. glass $20.75

Hope to see you all there!
Peter, Bo, Jeff, Debbie and the entire Ferry Plaza team.

Also, don’t miss the complete schedule of our highly popular Ferry Plaza Wine Classes in San Francisco, at 6:30 pm in the Ferry Building’s Port Commission Hearing Room.


Click Wine Bar for the complete Wine Bar Event Schedule. Many of our wines are available online at FPWM.com

*This post belongs to this week’s edition of Wine by Cush Magazine blog and published early in World of Cush also.

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