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For the last – but not least – MyPerrierJouët dinner of year 2019, Brand Ambassador Lucas Mulliez invited the most loyal Perrier-Jouët lovers to a one-of-a-kind pairing experience with Chef Julien Royer gastronomic cuisine at Odette, 3 Michelin Star and number 1 Restaurant in Asia (Asia 50 Best Restaurants 2019).
Odette, winner of Asia 50 Best Restaurants in 2019, was just the perfect place to end up a full year of monthly Champagne & Gastronomy pairing experiences. A year during which Perrier-Jouët lovers have got the opportunity to experiment the versatility of their favorite Champagne, and the wideness of the range, from classics to vintages.
After mixing Perrier-Jouët’s floral and delicate aromas with the freshness of Japanese sushi, the boldness of Chinese suckling pig, the spiciness of Thai tiger-prawn, the minerality of Italian urchin-spaghetti, among many others, it was time to fly back to the roots of Champagne: Chef Julien Royer from France had designed and cooked an exceptional 8-dish menu, meticulously paired with not less than six outstanding Perrier-Jouët cuvées.
The privileged crowd of 10 guests were welcomed with some “grignotages”, made of French cheese and foie gras, and cheered altogether with their first flute of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut. This same full-of-fresh-fruit-aroma cuvée did, a few minutes later, an amazing combination with the citrusy notes of Royal Schrenckii caviar.
The attendees were then able to spot the strength of red fruit notes that dominate gourmet cuvée Blason Rosé, thanks to a pairing with salt-baked beetroot and Stracciatella ‘Artigiana’ that was as enjoyable for the palate as for the eyes.
This teasing of an outstanding night wouldn’t disappoint the guests next, since after such fresh introduction they were about to (re)discover four different Perrier-Jouët vintages! The voluptuousness of Belle Epoque Rosé 2010 was well balanced by an extra large Langoustine cooked in Namesake Beurre Blanc, and the iconic Belle Epoque 2011 & 2012, made of a majority of Chardonnay from the Grands Crus of the Cote des Blancs, were both chosen to accompany a delicious wild Atlantic turbot.
However, it was not before the sixth dish that the Champagne connoisseur guests discovered the pinnacle of the evening: the marriage between Chef Julien specialty, the Pithiviers “Grande Cuisine” (Poularde de Bresse with Pigeon and Foie gras) and Perrier-Jouët rarest cuvée, Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs (vintage 2006). This extremely special wine is made using only grapes from the two best crus of the heart of the Cote des Blancs: Bouron Leroi and Bouron du Midi, in the Grand Cru village of Cramant.
This last part really made the lucky attendees realize how much this evening was a moment apart from any other wine dinner they had taken part in so far
Lucas Mulliez, Brand Ambassador for Perrier-Jouët Champagne in Singapore and host of the dinner is extremely glad to end up a year of wine & gastronomy experiences on such a high note. He hopes this will push new Champagne lovers to join the new Perrier-Jouët #ArtOfTheWine dinner series in 2020, which he has some surprises installed. Stay tuned!
Spring-like with light, white-flower scents of hawthorn and plum blossom. The fresh aromas of white-fleshed fruit are then enveloped in candied citrus notes.
A wonderfully vibrant wine displaying an invigorating, lively attack and expansive mouthfeel with a hint of freshness.
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