We ate supper outside on a glorious evening with four friends. We chose the tasting menu with wine pairing - three Lautrec & one Muscadelle with extra course accommodated without question (both coming in at around £90 each). In total we potentially had eight " courses" if the complimentary canapes, amusee bouche, pre-dessert & petit fours were counted - but we were too full for the cheese.
Beautiful presented canapés accompanied the chateau's own organic fizzy white wine to start. All the paired wines were a decent sized glass, organic and locally produced...and delicious.
The paella inspired course was a delightful deconstructed paella with squid, rabbit, mussels peppers and crispy saffron rice "crips". It was very tasty. The accompanying local red Broucal wine was a lovely discovery. My free range chicken with seared apricots which followed was delicious. The rack of piglet which was served with red radish & cherry puree was apparently very good.
The chocolate and cherry dessert was a work of art almost too good to eat - but not that good !
Highly recommend - but try & take a taxi ; I drew the short straw & had to drive so did not fully appreciate the wines.
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