At the heart of the Camargue, La Chassagnette’s GARDEN draws its uniqueness from the soil of the Rhône delta. Either native to the Camargue or from further afield, vegetables reign here, each one of them waiting for the ideal HARVESTING time.

Armand Arnal’s intuitive CUISINE follows nature’s rhythm finding a subtle and essential harmony in its fertile sobriety. A succession of expertise, from the gardener to the cook, which leads to an intuitive creation of a MENU highlighting nature’s flavours without restraining them.

Through the chef’s ENCOUNTERS, both far and near, bonds are created and come to fruition, blossoming into sensual and spiritual INSPIRATIONS.

ENCOUNTERS
LA CHASSAGNETTE X FLEURY CHAMPAGNE, FOOD AND WINES PAIRING!

Gourmet Encounter
La Chassagnette x Fleury Champagne
On November 17th and 18th 2017
From 8:00pm on

Food and Wine Pairing Menu, 5 Flavour Notes
€ 125 / person


MENU

Citrus Fruits & Fish Ceviche

Cannelloni of Daikon, Mashed Potatoes & Beetroots, Karashi Emulsion

Cauliflower Florets, Just Warmed Shellfishes & Cuttlefishes, Gremolata Condiment

Candied Carrots, Duck From Paddies, Dolce-forte Sauce

Nougat Glacé with Matcha Green Tea, Green Apple Dessert

Book a table:
+33(0)4.90.97.26.96 
info@chassagnette.fr



The Fleury family settled at the heart of the southern Champagne region in 1895. On Kimmeridgian and Oxfordian calcareous limestone hills, the family cultivates a 37-acre vineyard located in Courteron, 45 kms away from Troyes, mostly composed of Pinot Noir, with some parcels of Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris.

In 1962, Jean-Pierre Fleury succeeded to his grand-father and his father taking over the family domain, which was cultivated with the chemical practices used at the time. In 1970, he started an ecological cultivation research: mechanical weeding, provision of organic fertiliser. In 1989, the transition toward a biodynamic agriculture happened quite naturally.

This Champagne which receives international rewards every year is the result of a true love for the region and its soils: bunches are manually harvested to better preserve grapes that are then carefully squeezed.

La Chassagnette restaurant invites you to come discover the harmony between the prestigious Fleury Champagne and the produces from our organic garden over 2 exceptional dinners!

Join us on November 17th and 18th, from 8:00pm on!

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