Producing wines made from organic, traditional Rhone varietals, Chêne Bleu strives to exemplify luxury, couture wines that are made to organic and biodynamic principles. The modern winery is situated at La Verrière, a restored medieval priory in Crestet in the region of Provence, France.
Their meticulously handcrafted wines reflect the special terroir, being the highest vineyard in the region and one of the highest in the South of France. Chêne Bleu’s wines carry the Vins de Pays de Vaucluse designation, and as such, they can be considered the first ever “Super Rhônes”.
Please join us to celebrate this critically-acclaimed winery that sits at the crossroads of four appellation boundaries but represents an original and unique take on the region.
Please note: Ticket refunds will only be given if the CUWS committee is informed up to 48 hours prior to the event. Please email our Website and Ticketing Officer, Naomi Morris (firstname.lastname@example.org), if a refund is required. If you find that you are unable to attend after this time, it is your responsibility to re-sell your ticket.
8 November 2018
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Go up the staircase in the far left corner of First Court to the first floor. map.cam.ac.uk