BIKE TO CARE Walk Around Tasting in The Garden | April 23rd
Help support the US team of chefs committing their time and energy to BIKE TO CARE – an event created by Pierre-Henry Gagey of Louis Jadot and his Burgundian friends to raise funds for up and coming talent in the hospitality industry. The chefs will bike through 200 km of the Bourdeaux countryside over 2 days in May.
This year the team’s beneficiary is REGARDING HER – a national non-profit on a mission to advance women-identifying and nonbinary food and beverage entrepreneurs and leaders. Join the west coast crew – chefs Elizabeth Falkner, our very own Neal Fraser, Mary Sue Milliken, Aarón Sánchez and Sandra Cordero for a walk around tasting in the Redbird Garden on Sunday, April 23rd from 2:00pm to 5:00pm – to support the cause.
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In 2022, Pierre-Henry Gagey of Louis Jadot company and his Burgundian friends created an event called “Bike to Care” to raise funds for associations in the restaurant and hospitality sectors in general that care for people in difficulty, encourage new vocations and support the training of upcoming talent. During its first edition, in Burgundy, 250,000 euros were raised for charities around the world. A delegation of Bordeaux estates (Haut-Bailly, Giscours and Lynch-Bages) took part in the first edition. They are committed to taking up the torch to organize this sporting and charitable challenge in Bordeaux this year as well. Médoc, Graves and Sauternes will be the focus of a course of almost 200 km through the Bordeaux countryside.
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RE:Her’s mission is to advance women-identifying and nonbinary food and beverage entrepreneurs and leaders by way of innovative platforms that uplift business, support community and advocate for the industry. Started in Los Angeles and growing nationally, the non-profit aims to use their groundswell movement to advance women and non-binary people, the hospitality industry, and society at large. They work to facilitate more equity, inclusion, well-being, and resource accessibility by leveraging our common need for food, connection and uplifting experiences.