Azul at Mandarin Oriental, Miami invites you to delight in a new series of opulent winemaker's dinners launching this Saturday, December 20, 2014 with Dom Perignon and Moet.
Enjoy a sumptuous four-course menu designed by Azul Chef William Crandall perfectly paired with panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline.
More information on upcoming dinners follows below.
Champagne Dinner featuring Dom Perignon and Moet
Saturday, December 20, 2014, 7pm
This special winemaker dinner will pair an opulent four-course menu with exclusive vintage Dom Perignon and Moet champagne.
The savory dinner will include Yukon Potato Gnocchi with leeks, osetra and beausoleil; Glazed Turbot with chardonnay aeration; Buttermilk Poached Pheasant with black truffle; and a decadent Black Forest dessert with chocolate griottine cake, pistachio moss and morello cherry sorbet. Champagne pairing highlights include Dom Perignon 2003 and Moet Grand Vintage 2006.
USD 200 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity.
Winemaker's Dinner featuring Antica Terra and Lillian Wineries
Friday, January 30, 2015, 6:45pm
Delight in a unique selection of boutique wines from Oregon, which are released only once a year. This special evening will start with a reception hosted by Maggie Harrison followed by a four-course dinner. Offerings will includefive exceptional wines, including several 2012 vintages - a year described as the most promising in Oregon history by leading U.S. wine critic Robert Parker.
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