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Beaujolais Nouveau 2015 Is On Its Way

The 14th Annual Beaujolais Nouveau festival will be held on Friday, November 20, 2015, at 6pm at the Heathman Hotel in downtown Portland.

Presented by the French-American Chamber of Commerce and the Alliance Française of Portland with their partners, the Heathman Hotel and the Heathman Restaurant & Bar, the event is the largest on the West Coast, drawing 450-500 guests each year.

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Guests at the Beaujolais Nouveau event on November 20 at the Heathman will experience three samples of the 2015 vintage of Beaujolais nouveau from Georges Duboeuf, Joseph Drouhin, and Jean Foillard. The event will also feature select wines from Oregon and Washington, including WillaKenzie Estate, Cooper Mountain, Eola Hills, Ruby Vineyard and Pacific Rim. Featured French imports from Terroirs Originels Beaujolais-Villages Chardonnay from Lucien Lardy and Chenas ‘Vignes de 1939′ from Pascal Aufranc. Terlato wines will feature the ever-popular Côtes-du-Rhône Belleruche Rouge as well as Blanc from Michel Chapoutier. Guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy Hardy Cognac, Balinoff Vodka, and other premium French spirits.

Heathman Executive Chef Michael Stanton presents the bountiful gourmet buffet that ranges over the entire Mezzanine and Tea Court levels of the hotel. Live entertainment will include Portland’s Heather Keizur, followed by the Bobby Torres Band.

Our exclusive airline sponsor, Delta Air Lines, is offering an outstanding raffle of Roundtrip Tickets for Two to Europe in support of the nonprofit education missions. The winners will be announced at the evening event, but do not need to be present to win.

Visit the Beaujolais Nouveau page here for more details, including pricing levels, about this year’s event.

Friday, November 20, 2015 6:00 PM
Friday, November 20, 2015 10:00 PM
The Heathman Hotel
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1001 SW Broadway at Salmon, Portland, OR, United States, 97205

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