Bure Family Wines Announced as the Exclusive Wine Provider for the ET Emmy Party

Entertainment Tonight, the No. 1 entertainment newsmagazine in the world, has announced that Bure Family Wines will be the exclusive wine provider for the 14th annual Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party. The Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party will attract the biggest stars of television, film and music to the annual bash being held at Vibiana in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, August 29th at 8 p.m. following the Emmy telecast.

Bure Family Wines will provide guests with their limited selection Majesty Cabernet Sauvignon and Nuit Blanche to toast the evening's big winners. Created at a small boutique winery in Napa Valley, only 150 cases of each wine are produced every year, 20 of which will be served at the Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party. Bure Family Wines was established in 2008 by professional hockey player Valeri Bure and his actress wife Candace Cameron-Bure, with a focus on small lot handcrafted wines. Their winery is a partnership with close friend Joshua Peeples at Chateau Boswell in St. Helena, CA. Luc Morlet, the vineyards well-known winemaker, is responsible for the excellent wine produced each year.

"Bure Family Wines produces only a limited amount of cases each year with a huge attention to detail," says Rom Toulon, the sommelier for the 2 Michelin star restaurant and the Relais & Chateaux hotel Meadowood in Napa Valley, CA. Toulon, having been a guest at the party last year, worked closely with Entertainment Tonight to choose this winery. He adds, "These wines have a unique style, most notably the white. I predict that this winery is well on its way to producing some of the best wines in the world!"



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