The next pairing dinner at the restaurant/bistro L’Episerie will take place tomorrow (Tuesday, the 27th) and will feature a surprising pairing of Lebanese wines and classic dishes from French cuisine.
Wine, produced by Château St. Thomas comes from the Bekaa Valley and arrived in Brazil some time ago by importers Porto a Porto and Casa Flora.
Hear the details this Monday (26) in the column CBN Sabores, with Luiz Augusto Xavier:
To start dinner, there will be mise en bouche. asiate de fromage, a Camembert and Colonial cheese board, with tomato jam and artisan bread. White Clos St. Thomas Les Gourmets White 2021Sauvignon Blanc, made from Viognier, Chardonnay and Obeid varieties, will accompany the board.
Rose Clos St. Thomas Les Gourmets Rosé 2021A blend of Syrah, Cinsault and Petit Verdot, to be accompanied by entrees sainte salmonGrilled salmon with leek sauce, served with condiments, black rice and asparagus.
For the main course, you can choose from two options: Mignon Tournados with Red Wine Sauce and Onionswith gratin potatoes, or Lamb TajinSlow Cooked Lamb Shank in Sauce Ras El Hanout, Plums, Almonds and Moroccan Couscous. hey Ras El Hanout It is a mixture of spices which includes coriander seeds, pistil saffron, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, ginger and saffron. In addition to this mixture of spices, lamb demi-glace and honey were added to prepare the sauce for the lamb.
Red Clos Saint Thomas Les Gourmets Red 2018Blend of Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Petit Verdot and Chateau St. Thomas Les Émires 2016To escort the main characters of the dinner, Cabernet Sauvignon, made with Syrah and Grenache, will be served together.
To end the night, a classic: vanilla creme brulee.
The harmonious menu costs BRL 230 per person + service. Valet: BRL 30.
Rua Fernando Simas, 340 – Bigorilho
Phone: (41) 3044 4744 & 9 9698 6390 (Reservations after 4 PM)