Thurs. May 2, 2019 at 6 pm A Taste of Bordeaux
Updated: Mar 19, 2019
A Taste of Bordeaux - Wine Tasting & Fundraiser hosted by The Bordeaux North Nashville Chamber of Commerce invite you to come share a night tasting wine from all over the world.
DATE: Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 6:00 pm
LOCATION: THE LAB, 624-A Jefferson Street, Nashville, TN 37208
Learn how to taste wine like a pro and network with a great group of people committed to the life and enjoyment of living in the Bordeaux community.
Stacey Wines, a wine & spirits brokerage boutique, will be our host and you are definetely in for a treat. Join us for a night exhibiting how wine can be inspirational and incorporated into everyday life. Stacey shares, "Wine is no longer meant just for celebration, wine can be enjoyed throughout life's moments and pastimes. After all, it is the overall experience that connects people with the wine and the wine with the people." Staceywines.com's primary objective is "Pairing People with Exquisite Brands of Exceptional Value."
We hope to see you there!!
Event Committee Co-Chairs, Rhonda Scott Kinslow and Artetta Webster
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** The Bordeaux North Nashville Chamber of Commerce was established October 29, 2012 with the mission to promote and meet the educational, community and economic development needs in Bordeaux-North Nashville while creating the best community in which to work, do business, live and raise a family.
Vision - To be the community resource connecting individuals, schools and organizations to create community and economic development for the overall enhancement of the Bordeaux-North Nashville community.
The Bordeaux North Nashville Chamber of Commerce is a 501c3, non-profit, tax-exempt organization and all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
**A brief history on how The Bordeaux Community received its name-
In 1866, Dr. M. O. Randall applied for a post office in the are, but the community needed a name. Having just returned from a trip to France, he named it Bordeaux. In 1889, Bordeaux had the first bridge to cross the Cumberland in the northwest Nashville area. In 1917, the Tennessee General Assemby approved a bond for the replacement of the Bordeaux Bridge to accomodate increased traffic. In 1980, Officials re-named the replacement link the Martin Luther King Jr. Bridge.