221 Main Street
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 204-5569

Wines of Burgundy Wine Seminar

“If you could take just one wine to a desert island, what would it be? Many zealous wine lovers answer instantaneously: Burgundy… A great Burgundy elicits two things most other wines don’t: emotion and intrigue… The great white Burgundies are stunningly complex. Drinking them can be an exercise in delicious patience as layers of flavor after layer of flavor reveals itself. The great red Burgundies are indisputably sensual. For centuries they have been described in the most erotic of ways, and sipping them has been compared, among other things, to falling in love.” By Karen MacNell

We are very excited to invite you to our first wine seminar of 2018, an exclusive wine tasting led by Kobrand French Wine Manager, Christian Dalbavie, CSW on Tuesday February 13th (6-8pm) p.m.

We will taste eight select wines from the estimable family producer Maison Louis Jadot paired with a variety of fine cheeses, salami and pates.

Participants will enjoy special pricing on the event’s featured Burgundies.


~ Jadot Marsannay Blanc 2014, $35.99

~ Jadot Chassagne Montrachet Blanc 2015, $69.99

~ Jadot Puligny-Montrachet White 2015, $79.99


~ Jadot Fixin 2013, $41.99

~ Jadot Gevrey Chambertin 2013, $63.99

~ Jadot Nuit St George 2013, $63.99

~ Jadot Pernand-Vergelesses En Caradeux 1er Cru 2009, $31.99

~ Jadot Pommard 2010, $49.99

Price $30/person or 2/$50. Please register here online or call WineNot (603) 204-5569 to reserve your seat. You must call WineNot to get the $2/$50 price.

About the Author
Svetlana Yanushkevich, the owner of WineNot, grew up on the southern peninsula of Ukraine, known as Crimea. Crimea is famous for its 2,000-year-old tradition of winemaking. As a child she learned about wine from her uncle, who worked in Massandra, the imperial winery of Nikolai II, Czar of Russia. Later she graduated from the Crimean State Agricultural University with an MS in Viticulture, and PhD in Agriculture. She then worked as an Associate Professor of viticulture at the Crimean Agro-Industrial College. In 2002 Svetlana’s roots were transplanted to the United States, where she decided to broaden her education in wine. She enrolled in the London-based Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET), one of the most internationally prestigious programs, and completed its highest degree, Diploma Level, in just 4 years. Svetlana managed the wine program at several very prestigious Philadelphia restaurants, the three-diamond restaurant The Marker, and four-diamond Penne Restaurant & Wine Bar. She worked as wine educator for corporate and private clients in Philadelphia. In 2007 she and her family moved to Nashua, NH, where she decided to open WineNot Boutique, winner of “The Best of The Best Wine Shop of NH 2011-2014” by Hippo, “The Best Wine Store of Greater Nashua 2011″ by Nashua Telegraph, “The Best Wines of Greater Nashua 2011″ by Nashua Telegraph, “The only A rated Wine Shop of NH” by the Better Business Bureau of NH. Svetlana Continues to offer her expertise by offering unique wine educational events to private and corporate clients.