Thursday, November 04, 2010

AMERICAN EXPAT WINEMAKER KEN SONI. France: "The Winemakers Heaven Or Holy-Land". Wine Tasting. Fun Talk. Patricia's Paris Expat Soiree Dinner Sun 7 No

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For Expats Of All Ages. French. Visitors.


Sunday 7 November 2010

19h15 - 23h00ish

Happy Hour Ken's Winetasting And Presentation. Dinner and Dessert. More Great Socializing.

Our Guest of Honor

Ken Soni
American Expat Winemaker. World Traveller

From Ken Soni:

"I am " An American Expat. " I was born in Southern Africa of mixed origin and lived in New York City from the mid seventies to 1985, after having back packed and hiked through Europe during my youth. I lived in Philadelphia for a year and in California from 1986 to 2007, when I moved to France. Although I made many Award Winning wines in California, beginning in1991, I always believed France to be "The Winemakers Mecca or Holy-land"

It will be a privilege to interact with you and share my experiences in the World of Wine, which of course is an ongoing learning topic for all of us."

Ken lives in a domaine in the Loire Valley and welcomes visitors. We will sample some
wines from his Domaine. He is in the process of constructing a website.

We'll all learn a lot and have fun at the same time!


It's €20.00 at the door. Reservations with your telephone number (Thanks!) on or telephone 33 6 43 79 35 18. (Sundays telephone only. If you emailed me but didn't hear back, please call.)

This week, there's an extra €2 towards the cost of the wine for the tasting - So €22.00

GREAT FOOD! Fusion cuisine. Lot's of vegetables. Free flowing wine

Our friends' large and FUN private residence in the heart of the LATIN QUARTER . Metro: St Michel. Details with reservations.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR for Sunday 14 November. Poetic Jazz Expression with Paris legend Moe Seager. Reserve as usual on (With your telephone number. Thanks ) or 33 (0) 6 43 79 35 18.


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