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ENO remembers the 129 victims of the Paris attacks last Friday by illuminating the wine bar with the French national colors on Beaujolais Nouveau day, Thursday, November 19.
Guests are invited to support Parisians by continuing to celebrate the long standing French tradition of Beaujolais Nouveau wine and showing they are not afraid. In honor of the City of Lights, ENO will offer Dupeuble 2015 Beaujolais Nouveau. The wine is crafted from the first harvest of Gamay grapes from Beaujolais, France. This varietal is low in acidity and exuberant in strong fruity notes.
Wine enthusiasts can enjoy Dupeuble 2015 Beaujolais Nouveau along with live music for $10 a glass and $40 a bottle. Guests are invited to share prayers and messages over social media using hash tag #ENOPrayersforParis. These messages will be displayed on a loop on Thursday evening at the wine bar.
ENO Wine Bar is located at 2810 Pennsylvania Avenue in Georgetown.
Over 400 residents, organizations, businesses, and politicos came together Friday evening to celebrate Georgetown and the Citizens Association of Georgetown's (CAG) mission of historic preservation and improving the life of the community.
Held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown, this year’s event, “Bar 1878: Georgetown After Dark” included cocktails, a high-end silent auction (with trips to Paris, Aspen and Nantucket among the luxury items), a lavish buffet with after-dinner treats, and live music from DC’s favorite BroadSide Sound band.
Gala committee co-chairs Jennifer Altemus, Tricia Huntley and Leslie Maysak mingled as guests indulged in champagne, delicious hors d'oeuvres and a bit of body art. With conversation groups in several ballrooms, friends chatted over dinner.
As the band played, the chicly attired Georgetowners moved to the dance floor.