The French wine & cafe meet will be organized at Le Frehindi on 14th July 2012.
July 14th is Bastille Day in France. It symbolizes the end of the Monarchy and the beginning of what is now called the First French Republic. The Bastille, a prison at the time, was stormed on July 14, 1789. This event came to represent the end of the king’s power and the transfer of power to the people.
Today, Bastille Day is a national holiday and a day of celebration, which takes the form of military parades and fireworks. The most famous military parade takes place on the Champs-Elysées in Paris and has all the pomp and pageantry you would expect. The Republican Guard – The French President’s personal guards, leads the parade. Bastille Day and the days leading up to it are one of the few times when you will see the French flag everywhere. In general, the French are very low-key about their flag, only showing it off on special days like Bastille Day.
On this occasion we will have :
1. Discussion on Bastille day and it’s importance in France.
2. How to uncork Wine bottle and appreciate the wine.
3. Right way of tasting wine.
4. Difference between French Wines & American Wines.
5. Hilarious Frehindi Poems over cafe.
Limited seats and confirmation required by e-mail so Hurry Up & mail your willingness to attend at firstname.lastname@example.org by giving a brief profile of yours and your work.