Maison Ferrand Cocktail Dinner At Wingtip [Open To Non-Members]

Thursday, August 20th, Join Wingtip for an incredible Maison Ferrand Cocktail Dinner.

  • Oysters with Dukes Citadelle Gin Martini
  • Padron peppers with French 75
  • Jerked chicken with Stiggins’ Allspice Rum Daiquiri
  • Cheese with Pierre Ferrand Reserve 20-year Cognac

Not to spoil the surprise, but we’ll also be pouring the Pierre Ferrand Ancestrale 70-year Cognac!

$100/person. Space is very limited. Please email events@wingtip.com to RSVP.

About Maison Ferrand

Cognac Ferrand is the result of the encounter in 1989 between Alexandre Gabriel and one of the oldest winegrowing families in the Cognac region. Alexandre Gabriel’s intention was to breathe new life into Cognac Ferrand and make it the world’s best cognac. He wanted to maintain age-old, craft-based production methods which were worlds apart from mass production techniques, and sought to bring back to market the true expression of Grande Champagne’s – known as Cognac’s finest region – great terroir.

It is around these core values of authenticity and character that Cognac Ferrand built up its business, first with cognac, then with other distinctive fine spirits such as gin whose particular character is based on a unique production method, and our rums which are matured using a very special technique.

Nowadays, Cognac Ferrand is a highly regarded company that distributes its fine spirits in more than 40 countries, in some of the world’s most prestigious outlets. Cognac Ferrand draws on a dynamic team of people who nurture a passionate interest in what they do.

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davidmacfaddenelliott

David is Wingtip's storyteller. In addition to editing the Modern Gentleman's Blog, he has written for Wax Poetics, The Source, SF Weekly, and the East Bay Express, and others. His inspirations include Rumble Fish, Paul's Boutique, and Balzac. He studied English at the City University of New York at Hunter College and journalism at the University of Southern California. He lives in Berzerkeley with his wife and daughter.

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