If you like Provencal food and wines you may be interested in a culinary evening at the Park Hyatt hotel in Zurich.
The famous 5 stars hotel is hosting in its restaurant, Parkhuus, for the second time this year the Masters of Food & Wine. The last one was in January with the French wine maker, Olivier Bernstein, of the Mas de la Devèze.
The Masters of Food & Wine events exist at the Park Hyatt hotels since 2010. They are once a quarter on the same day no matter if you visit the Park Hyatt in Sydney, Moscow, Paris or Abu Dhabi. In Zurich it is only three times a year because the chef, Frank Widmer, is busy with the gourmet food event, Il Tavolo.
The Park Hyatt chefs prepare amazing food such as a yellow tuna with mozzarella and citrus salad (in the Maldives) or a trout with beurre noisette in Chicago.
The next gourmet events in Zurich are on March 28th & 29th. The theme is “Aureto, Domaine de la Coquillade – a trip to the Provence.”
The vineyards of the Domaine de la Coquillade & Relais Chateaux are located in the Vaucluse in Gargas with stunning views of the Luberon and the Mont Ventoux.
The general manager, Werner Wunderli, will be there during the dinner.
Here is the menu:
Seared Scallop, charcoal grilled watermelon
Aureto, Cuvée Tramontane, blanc 2012 IGP, Vaucluse, Magnum
Gratinated Loch Fyne oyster on ratatouille confit
Aureto, Cuvée Tramontane, rosé 2012 IGP, Vaucluse
Velouté from Swiss free-range chicken, glaced pigeon breast
Aureto, Cuvée Maestrale, rouge 2011 AOC, Ventoux, Magnum
Angus Beef and lobster medallion, choron sauce, potato galette
Aureto, Cuvée Autan, rouge 2011 AOC, Ventoux
Aureto, Cuvée Petit Miracle, rouge 2011 AOC, Luberon, Magnum
Baked Swiss cheese, bitter-chocolate, pear compot
Aureto, Cuvée Tramontane, rouge 2011 IGP, Vaucluse, Magnum
(Price per person with 1 Glass of wine pro Person pro dish, including. MwSt)