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The Taste of Excellence


Vérité, located in Sonoma County, California, produces three reputable Bordeaux-inspired wines that represent a meticulously formed union of grape varieties, climate, soil


expression and winemaking


technique. Crafted by Vigneron Pierre Seillan, the wines have been highly


Guards Polo Club appointed Brian Stein as its ninth Chairman at a Board Meeting in London in late November Brian has been a member of Guards Polo Club since 1987 and has been a regular member of


the Board during


his time as a Home Elected Player. He was also Chairman of the Clubhouse Committee – bringing his restaurant experience to the fore when leading the Clubhouse rebuild in 2009 – and has been a generous host to the wider polo community, hosting the PJ’s Polo Party - the traditional start to the UK polo season for players and polo supporters alike – for more than 25 years at his Chelsea restaurant. On accepting his appointment, Brian


said: “I look forward to continuing Guards Polo Club’s aspirations in its pursuit of polo excellence.” Guards Polo Club used this auspicious


occasion to introduce its newest partner, Vérité,


the Jackson Family


Wines’ esteemed winery. The creator of these prestigious, Bordeaux-inspired wines has been named the official red wine supplier at Guards Polo Club and its wines will be served at Smith’s Lawn next season, including in the Royal Box. The Club’s Board of Directors had


the opportunity to take part in a wine tasting led by Jackson Family Wine’s Master Sommelier, Dimitri Mesnard. All three of the Vérité wines were sampled, each a distinctive micro-cru and


crafted on the Bordelais model. La Muse should be considered a “Right Bank” or Pomerol style wine, made from a Merlot-dominated blend with Cabernet Sauvignon. La Joie can be seen as a “Left Bank” or Pauillac wine, which demonstrates richness and power from predominantly


Cabernet Sauvignon.


Le Désir is chiefly made from Cabernet Franc and illustrates the opulence and grace reminiscent of the best wines from Saint-Émilion. As part of Guards Polo Club’s


innovative partnership with Jackson Family Wines, Dimitri will also be hosting several wine tasting events and pairing dinners for members in the Clubhouse during the 2019 season. Dates for these will be published early next year.


Farewell Gift Brian Stein succeeds Jock


Green-Armytage, announced


his who had retirement


earlier this season after six years in the role. So Lt Col Sean O’Dwyer, Vice President, on behalf of tbe Board of Directors, presented Jock with a commemorative book of photographs of his time as both player and Chairman at Guards Polo Club, more than 40 years.


spanning acclaimed, receiving more


than 15 100-Point Scores from Robert Parker Wine Advocate. Impeccably balanced and sumptuously textured in their youth, they have the weight and foundation to age for many years and are deemed to be outstanding investor wines. Vérité wines spend 12-14 months in new French oak but the wood is noticeable as a softening influence, not a distinct flavour element. “Oak in wine should be like a ghost. You sense its presence, but you don't actually perceive it,” explains Pierre Seillan. The wines have a signature of balance


impeccable and texture;


moreover they are drinkable when first released, even though they can also age superbly for decades.


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