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New members: Please review the "About Us...." page. Exact location will be sent to attendees directly. I know this date is not good for many people. Unfortunately it is the only one that works for me this month. Hopefully it works for a few others as well. This month we will again follow Eric Asimov's NYTimes Wine School. We will be exploring Mercurey, a commune within the subregion of Burgundy called Côte Chalonnaise. This month's details: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/28/dining/wine-school-assignment-mercurey-burgundy-red.html The three bottles suggested are: --Domaine Faiveley Mercurey 2017 --Domaine Faiveley Mercurey Premier Cru Clos des Myglands 2017 --Domaine de Villaine Mercurey Les Montots 2016 If you can’t find these precise bottles, you could select another bottle from other producers in Côte Chalonnaise ; Michel Juillot of Mercurey, Joblot, Clos Salomon and François Lumpp of Givry, and Dureuil-Janthial and Jacquesson of Rully. Each participant is expected to bring a bottle. Please indicate in the comments section which wine you plan to bring. Please make sure to check the comments so we can avoid duplicates. What to bring: WINE As usual bring one bottle of wine from the Asimov article. As always, please note your selections in the comments section so we can keep track of which wine are still needed. Feel free to bring a bit of information about your bottle, it's producer, the region, or anything else on topic! FOOD Wine would be lonely without food, so bring a snack to share! RSVP and Waitlist: If the Meetup is full, you may opt to be placed on a waitlist. Please be aware that if a spot opens up, Meetup will automatically move you from "Waitlist" to "RSVP YES". Please keep an eye on your RSVP if you decide to join the waitlist. Cost: The cost of the Asimov Wine School meetups will vary depending on the cost of that month's wine. Generally it's been somewhere between $15-$60 for the bottle you bring plus the cost of whatever snack you select to share.