Dishes will pair French delicacies such as Langoustine Royale and Pigeonneau Fermier with Champagne Armand de Brignac’s handcrafted Gold Brut, Rosé, Blanc de Blancs, Demi Sec and the incredibly rare Blanc de Noirs, of which only 2,333 bottles exist.
The delicious menu has been inspired by the longstanding friendship between 13th-generation winemaker Alexandre Cattier and Arnaud Lallement, who was awarded Chef of the Year in Gault et Millau 2014 guide.
Guests can expect dishes that pair French cooking and the art of winemaking perfectly. Guests can either try the menu as a single experience for 500EU or as part of a wider luxury package.
This will include one night accommodation in a Terrace Suite, breakfast, luxury car transfers from Paris or Reims TGV station and an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of Champagne Armand de Brignac’s family-owned winery and historic chalk cellars, which are closed to the public year-round (2,500EU for two).
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