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Wines of Chablis – One of a kind dinner

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Tuesday 18 June 2019
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A private artist studio near London Fields
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Wine trade tasting + sit-down dinner
The story

To celebrate the unique simplicity of the Wines of Chablis, My Hungry Valentine agency curated, produced and styled a ‘one of a kind’ evening for their wine trade guests.

After a free-pour tasting of an extensive selection of 2017 Chablis wines, an intimate sit-down dinner followed in collaboration with talented chef Merlin Labron-Johnson (Osip). The idea behind his bespoke menu? The best from the British sea meets the best from Chablis vineyards.

We matched this spirit with a very simple, organic approach to the event styling, with the colours inspired by the Chablis vineyard and the British sea. Think ochre and natural washed linen, handmade stoneware ceramics in shades of beige, green and blue… An intimate dinner by candle light, served with style by the team of Ladies of Restaurants.

The menu

Chablis, 2018, Domaine Séguinot-Bordet
Pickled summer vegetables, bread and salted butter
Chablis, 2015, Domaine Hamelin
Lobster roll with turnip and wild flowers
Chablis Premier Cru, Vau Ligneau, 2016, Domaine Louis Moreau
Lobster custard with peas and meadowsweet
Chablis Premier Cru, Fourchaume, 2015, Garnier et Fils
Brill ragout with summer cabbage, cider and horseradish
Chablis Grand Cru, Valmur, 2015, Domaine Collet et Fils
Brill fillet with samphire, preserved lemon and almonds
Kent strawberries with elderflowers

Photo credit – Nicolas Buisson