Of course Jimmy’s No. 43 is known for its vast selection of craft beers and our amazing beer-food pairing dinners, but we enjoy a great bottle of vino now and again (and anyone who drinks wine at Jimmy’s No. 43 knows about our infamous “Chimay pour”). Thus, it is with great pleasure that we welcome oenophile Michel Robert Abood, who will be pairing some fabulous Loire Valley wines with great dishes prepared by our resident chef this Wednesday, September 14th, at 7 p.m.
Michel specializes in finding rare vintages from family-owned farms, specifically expensive-tasting wines that belie their price. He tastes a lot of bad wine to get the good stuff to NYC. “If I can drink it, I can’t represent it!” Michel proudly claims. Among the wines at Wednesday’s dinner will be an NV Perlette, a 2010 Aubron Muscadet, a 2010 Pibaleau Noblene d’ Aziaum, a 2009 Pibaleau Heritage d’ Aziaum, and a “super secret” dessert wine. Tickets are going fast ($45 + tip), so get yours today!