A expertise for pace tasting (and correct spitting) is what you’ll must get by means of greater than 75 Burgundies, Champagnes and Rhône wines in two hours in a Brooklyn yard. The marathon fund-raising tasting, on Tuesday from 5:30 to 7:30, is all to learn the nonprofit Sommelier Scholarship Fund created by La Paulée, the wine occasion firm. It’ll embrace producers like Faiveley, Bouchard and Moreau-Naudet Burgundies; Gosset and Savart from Champagne; and Graillot and Gerin from the Rhône. It’ll additionally assist finance journeys for younger somms. Meals from Billy Durney of Hometown BBQ, Daniel Eddy of Winner and Chris McDade of Popina, the host restaurant, will likely be served.
Sommelier Scholarship Fund tasting, July 19, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., $195, Popina, 127 Columbia Road (Kane Road), Columbia Waterfront District, Brooklyn, sommelierscholarship.org.
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