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Join us for an evening of exquisite wines

May 14th 2024

at Rusty Tractor Vineyards, 10 Rusty Tractor Ln, Little Rock, AR 72210 

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A delegation of 16 Bordeaux Estates, which are classified Grands Crus and represent Bordeaux's major appellations, have selected Little Rock as one of their destination cities for their annual tour of the United States. An incredible wine tasting experience awaits us!


Explore prestigious estates from Pauillac, Margaux, St Julien, St Estephe, Sauternes, Pessac-Leognan, St Emilion, and Haut Medoc. Discover more about the list of estates.

Each estate will be represented by their General Manager or Winemaker and will present 2 vintages per wine. The Grand Tasting will sample a total of 32 wines classified Grands Crus rated 90 points and higher (vintages from 2005 to 2020)

Hors d'oeuvres will be served 

Catering executed by Chef Brad Izzard


  • 6.00 pm - VIP early access

  • 6.30 - 8:30pm  - Grand Tasting of the 16 wineries

  • 7.30 pm - Private tasting of special vintages (VIPs only)

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Choose Your Wine Experience

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Grand Tasting Ticket

General admission: 100$


Ticket includes:

  • Access to the grand tasting and the 16 wineries

  • 1 Riedel wine glass 

  • 1 parking spot


 VIP Ticket

General admission: 175$ 


Ticket includes:

  • Private entrance via Barrel Room

  • A welcoming Champagne glass of Billecart-Salmon

  • VIP early access for the Grand Tasting

  • 7:30pm: Private tasting of additional special vintages in Barrel Room

  • 1 Riedel wine glass

  • 1 reserved parking spot in front of venue


What is the Grand Cru Classification?

A system created by Napoleon III as part of the world's fair in 1855 to classify the vineyards in Bordeaux. It's a strong indicator of quality.

If you see "Grand Cru" on a label you know it's a high-quality wine from a winery that's been around for many generations and has gone thru strict regulations to offer quality and consistency in the true art of wine. Most of these wines should age for at least 5 years before opening, but many of them benefit from more than 10 years of cellaring. Cheers!


A Wine Tasting to Remember

"We are bringing to Little Rock wine stars!
This is a unique chance to meet and learn from passionate owners who produce the most excellent wines in the world. This is an event to mark on your calendar."

Francois Guilloux
Vino Distribution 

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