A gastronomic experience at the Maison Belle Époque
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 -
Foie gras with buckwheat seeds
Grey shrimp appetiser
Jelly of grilled onions, Paimpol coconuts, fennel and lamb's lettuce.
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.
- 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.
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.