November 10, 2023
LVMH-owned Champagne house Dom Pérignon is partnering with a five-star property on the launch of an exclusive culinary excursion.
Taking up residence at an Oetker Collection-owned boutique hotel, the brand's first-ever dining room will arrive in France this season. Available by reservation beginning Nov. 27, Le Bristol Paris will host a showcase focused on fine dining, one that counts vintage wines, adventurous pairings and a visit to Le Bar by Dom Pérignon among its main attractions.
Dom Pérignon takes fine dining
Eric Frechon, Le Bristol Paris' triple Michelin-starred executive chef, collaborated with chef de cave and cellar master at Dom Pérignon, Vincent Chaperon to craft the journey, the limited-time activation live for just three weeks.
Divided into two private sections, both event stops are housed within the hotel's courtyard garden, wherein two to six guests at a time can indulge in high-end eats.
Attendees start at Le Bar by Dom Pérignon, enjoying small bites and cuvées by the glass -- the selections are typically only accessible by the bottle. The space's immersive ambiance preludes the many additional gastronomic delights to come.
Presented at a dinner table, an exclusive, multicourse menu is the main draw as dishes including pan-seared wild turbot with white truffle and caviar de Sologne are served with Dom Pérignon Champagne.
The night is closed with dessert. Diners can expect a black truffle crème glacée, finishing off the affair with a final sip of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2002 Plénitude 2 bubbly.
Ending Feb. 18, 2024, and running interested parties upward of $1,300 per person, the Le Bristol Paris and Dom Pérignon experience is available by reservation.
Bookings can be made at https://www.oetkercollection.com/fr/hotels/le-bristol-paris/.
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