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114 Faubourg compliments Michelin starred cuisine with these engaging events for all epicureans. Join us one Monday per month for an evening of wine appreciation in which Le Bristol introduces a leading French wine grower to present their favoured vintages. The wine will be matched with a four-course tasting menu specially created by chef Jean-Charles Cauquil and the guest speaker will discuss the qualities of their wines, and their natural pairings, throughout the evening.


Regular guests of 114 Faubourg will find the featured wine on the lunch and dinner menus for the rest of the month, providing many opportunities to gain a deeper appreciation of the wine.


Next Wine Monday

Monday, October 10th, 2016: Clos Béru, Chablis

On the slopes and foothills of the famous Chablis Grands Crus, the Béru vineyard exemplifies the history and great tradition of Burgundy wines. Château de Béru is harvested on plots located on the finest Chablis terroirs, with Chablis and Chablis Premier Cru appellations.

At the heart of these terroirs lies the unique Clos Béru, enclosed within historic 13th-century walls.


Monday, November 7th, 2016: Domaine Jean Macle

At Domaine Jean Macle, Laurent, son of the founders, continuesthe tradition of one of Château-Chalon’s greatest yellow wines. The Macle family estate has been a worthy ambassador of Jura excellence since its inception in 1850.

Its uniqueness comes not only from the vertiginousslopes of some of its vineyards, which require courage and great physical energy, but also the consistency with which each generation has perfected the Savagnin vines, which make up 20 percent of the domain and 100 percent of Château-Chalons, and Chardonnay, which accounts for 80 percent of the domain.

The choice of blends and the sometimes drastic measures taken to insure quality, such as declassifying certain vintages, are always at the service of excellence regardless of the commercial risks involved. A wonderful philosophy for magnificent wines!

Monday, December 5th, 2016: Domaine Bernard Millot Meursault

For four generations this winegrowing family has harvested various plots of grapes on eight hectares (20 acres) of land in the municipalities of Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet and Beaune.

Their philosophy has always been to respect the vines and nature, crafting wines by focusing on the terroir to consistently obtain the vintage effect that is so vital to them.

Monday, February 6th, 2017: Domaine Thibaud Boudignon Savennières

Now in his early thirties, Thibaud Boudignon learned his craft in the vineyards of Bordeaux and Burgundy at Philippe Charlopin. In 2008, he established a small domain in Savennières where he has been producing wine since 2009.

Boudignon, who also manages the Domaine de la Soucherie, located in the heart of the Layon region, greatly contributed to the emergence of a new generation of dynamic, broad-minded winemakers capableofrevitalizing the local wines.

The precision and balance attained by his wines, coupled with longer maturing periods, place this estate among an elite that has elevated Loire Chenins to be some of the most exciting wines in the world today.

Monday, March 6th, 2017: Champagne Dehours et Fils

Creating a Champagne is a continuous work in progress. From the vine to the Champagne, at every stage of the winemaking and maturing, the many links in the process all have in common a quest for authenticity and a respect for the wine's fundamental nature in all of its associated elements.

This process has the unique quality of continuing in an unbroken chain, a quest to combine unique qualities and factors to create a whole. Certain individuals have played a key role in the foundations of the domain's history. In Champagne, more than anywhere else, no two years are alike.

Monday, May 15, 2017: Domaine de Vaccelli Corse

The Courrèges family has harvested this terroir of granite soil in the Vallée du Taravo, south of the Ajaccio appellation, since 1961. After studying oenology in Nîmes and training at Clos Capitoro (Ajaccio), Gérard, son of Alain Courrèges, is now in charge of the winemaking.

The domain's range is varied. They are currently producing four levels of wine in three colors, with the exception of the cuvée Unu: the cuvée Juste Ciel vin de pays; the fruity, excellent-value entry-level Domaine; the denser cuvée Roger Courrèges, made with a selection of older vines; and Granit, which, as the name suggests, is determined by a selection from the terroir.

The domain earned its first star in 2013.

Monday, June 12, 2017: Domaine Georges Vernay

Domaine Georges Vernay, in Condrieu, covers 16 hectares (40 acres) of vines on a steep and sloping terroir planted mainly with Syrah and Viognier. Christine and Luc Vernay, the third generation of winemakers, perpetuate the family expertise on the estate.

They are currently cultivating 7 hectares (17 acres) of vines classified as AOC Condrieu, including three hectares (7.5 acres) of old vines used for the prestigious Le Coteau de Vernon and Les Chaillées de l’Enfer cuvées, the epitome of Condrieu Viognier.

Three hectares of vineyards are cultivated in Côte-Rôtie, 1.5 hectares (3.7 acres) in Saint Joseph and 5 hectares (12.5 acres) of Syrah and Viognier Vin de Pays.

Georges Vernay created the domain in 1953 on 1.5 hectares of vines classified as AOC Condrieu "Coteau de Vernon."

These ardent defenders of the appellation have contributed to its preservation. The 19th-century estate, built in the heart of the steep slopes of the northern Rhone Valley at the foot of the Coteau de Vernay, is currently run by Christine Vernay.

Practical Information

Le 114 Faubourg
114 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 53 43 44 44

Price: 130 euros.

Chef: Jean-Charles Cauquil in collaboration with the 3 stars Head Chef Eric Frechon
Pastry Chef: Laurent Jeannin
Sommelier: Fabien Guillemot
Restaurant Manager: Patrice Jeanne

Opening hours:
Lunch: Monday to Friday
From 12 pm through 2:30 pm

Dinner: Monday to Sunday
From 7 pm through 10:30 pm

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