Tirsdag Kl. 11:00 - 01:00

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VINMAKERS DINNER MED Marc Brevot

Winemaker, Moët & Chandon Oenology Department

Udsøgte champagner fra kælderen fra årgange 1990- 2009 i hvide og rose.

Torsdag den 14/6 KL 18.30

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Appertizers og champagne i Gårdhaven

5 retters menu med tilhørende Champagner

  • Moët Brut Impérial (apéritif)
  • Æg med æg(caviar) / blinis med kammusling.
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  • Moët Grand Vintage 2009
  • Asparges-håndpillede rejer
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  • Moët Grand Vintage 2002
  • Jomfruhummer, nye kartofler, sommer trøffel.
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  • Moët Grand Vintage 1990 magnum
  • Slethvar,østers og spinat
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  • Moët Grand Vintage Rosé 2009
  • Unghane-morkler-grønne ærter-persille
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  • Moët Grand Vintage Collection Rosé 1990 magnum
  • Jordbær-rabarber.
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  • Pr Kurvert 1498,-

 

 

MARC BREVOT.

Born in the South of France, Marc Brévot has spent much of his life travelling - a passion which he says helps him keep an open mind. Both an epicurean and a detail-oriented perfectionist, Brévot holds a degree in agricultural engineering from ENSAIA University in Nancy, France, and has studied in the USA.

Thanks to what he considers a “lucky break,” he began his career at LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton in Tokyo. There he supervised the scientific and technological aspects of the group’s various branches as well as led the company’s participation in the international “Science for Art” competition. He quickly realized that he had found his calling and his professional home with the Group.

After two years in Japan, Brévot returned to France where he received further training at the University of Oenology in Bordeaux, and joined Jas Hennessy & Co. in Cognac, France, where he put his new skills to work advising and evaluating the company’s suppliers. With an easy personality that belies great drive, Brévot continued to perfect his knowledge by earning an internationally-recognized degree in winemaking from the University of Reims.

In 2004 Brévot settled in Moët & Chandon’s home city of Epernay, France. As Technical Advisor for the firm, Brévot wore many hats and managed projects in a wide range of operations, from wine reduction to pressing to traceability.

In his role as winemaker for Oenology Research and Development, Brévot says he is excited to be working with a unique group of professionals who give their all to ensure that Moët & Chandon champagne is nothing short of excellent. His is particularly involved in the research behind Moët & Chandon’s world-renowned products, in addition to his contributions to their creation. This includes, for example, Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage – champagnes which reflect the flavors of a single, exceptional year. For the recently released Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2006, Brévot played a key role in assessing the quality and quantity of the year’s grapes.