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A gastronomic experience at the Maison Belle Époque

Nov 2, 2021 • 1 min
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There is a place in Épernay where you can enjoy a spot of lunch immersed in an Art Nouveau collection and exquisite atmosphere. We are referring, of course, to the Maison Belle Époque, owned by Champagne Perrier-Jouët.

The Maison offers you a seasonal gastronomic experience. Its autumn menu is inspired by the three-starred chef Pierre Gagnaire and is prepared by Sébastien Morellon, executive chef at Perrier-Jouët. Together with Séverine Frerson, Perrier-Jouët's cellar master, they have come up with some food pairings that reveal the aromatic richness of the Champagne House's wines and create a harmony of textures.

Sébastien Morellon's technically perfect cuisine uses local, seasonal products sourced from eco-friendly producers. They are treated with simplicity to preserve all their original flavours.

What’s on the menu?

- PERRIER-JOUET BELLE EPOQUE BLANC DE BLANCS 2006 -

Parmesan shortbread
Gougère
Foie gras with buckwheat seeds
Grey shrimp appetiser
Jelly of grilled onions, Paimpol coconuts, fennel and lamb's lettuce.
Scallops
Roasted walnuts, radicchio fondue with Medjool dates.
Carpaccio, corn cream, lime.

- PERRIER-JOUËT BELLE EPOQUE 2012 -

Farmyard chicken supreme with a forestière stuffing, butternut and apple with savory
Cooking juices: thigh fat, chestnuts, spinach shoots.
Local cheese of the day.
Jam by Madame Ferber.
Fresh walnuts.
Endive salad.

- PERRIER-JOUËT BELLE EPOQUE ROSÉ 2010 -

Candied pink grapefruit macaroni, mascarpone, emulsified orange juice.
Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut sherbet, poached pear, fresh grapes, golden raisins,
Quince cheese with marc de champagne.

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Tempting, right? Go on - treat yourself to this 7-course gastronomic menu paired with the 3 Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque champagnes !
Reservation required - book now 06 74 27 05 88!
310€ per head.

To read more about the Maison Belle Époque and its tribute to Art Nouveau, click here.