Bordeaux wines are classic, complex, age-worthy, versatile, and so darned delicious! They should be part of every wine lover's collection, and AP Imports has one of the finest Bordeaux portfolios in the country. Lauren Daddona, Portfolio Specialist for AP Imports, will be joining us in BRAINTREE on Thursday, December 15th, from 4:30-6:30 PM for an encore presentation featuring a highly curated selection of wines from her stellar portfolio.
Based in New York with offices in Boston, AP Imports is dedicated to bringing in top-notch, terroir-driven, European wines to American consumers. With a focus on family-owned estates, AP Imports strives to support small wineries that are owned by people who have an intimate knowledge of their land and who respect the wine-making tradition of their region while utilizing the best that modern knowledge can contribute to the quality of the wines. To that end, sustainable, organic, and biodynamic practices are common among the estates they represent.*
The people who make up AP Imports believe that the wine trade serves the betterment of society through the exploration of different cultures. They are committed to helping their employees, suppliers, and consumers enjoy a more fruitful and enjoyable lifestyle through education and welcome the opportunity to support the cultures they represent through the winemakers and estates with whom they collaborate.*
Lauren Daddona holds her advanced certification with the Court of Master Sommeliers. She was the Wine Director at L’Espalier in Boston for five years, as well as the opening Wine Director for both Del Frisco's Double Eagle Back Bay in Boston and Les Sablons in Cambridge. Lauren’s wine career began with six years at Lower Falls Wine Company, a fine wine shop in Newton, MA.*Prior to finding wine, Lauren studied Romance Languages and Art History at Bowdoin College, concentrations that led to her studies in France, as well as work at Christie’s auction house in New York. Her travels since have sent her to vineyards throughout Europe, South America, and the US, with additional time spent in New Zealand and Asia.*