Wine tasting: when the Burgundians were also from Brussels
Dive into the cellars of the former Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Brussels and stimulate your senses. Xavier Hérail, oenologist, invites you to discover the grape varieties of the past and present; those that have shaped our taste since the 15th century and the influence of the Burgundian dynasty, up to the current trends and the work of the winegrowers/assemblers of our regions. An experience to be lived and tasted in the very heart of the remains of the Coudenberg Palace, where heritage, history and archaeology will be combined with wine-making traditions and the evolution of consumption patterns.
Dates: Friday, 25th June from 6.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m – doors open from p.m. to 6 p.m.
Price: 35€ - The price includes: access to the Coudenberg Palace and wine tasting (6 to 8 wines from our regions)
Entrance: Place Royale 10 Koningsplein – 1000 Brussels
Reservation compulsory: email@example.com
The activity will take place in French - with respect for the sanitary measures in force.