Amari’s Wine Experience goes to France

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France was the featured country for the monthly Wine Experience at the Amari with wines from Borie-Manoux and supplied from Wine Dee Dee in Thailand.

Borie-Manoux is one of the biggest family-owned French wineries and merchant groups with a strong position on the home market and exporting to around 90 countries all over the world.

Bantawat Kerkpittaya, Manager Wine Dee Dee, Chutima Konfai, Director of Sales & Marketing of Amari Pattaya, Area General Manager for Amari Pattaya Robert Rijnders, Sarah Pichchaya Nitikarn, Public Relations Manager Amari Pattaya, and Akkarapong Yuaphan Marketing Officer Wine Dee Dee.

As ever, the event was well-attended and featured a musical backdrop by the house duo with an extensive buffet created by Amari executive chef, Shaun Venter.

The evening commenced with an ice-cold glass of Veuve Chantal Brut NV, a light sparkling wine, while guests surveyed the cold selection from the buffet, choosing from a selection of cheeses, smoked salmon tartare, grilled asparagus, truffle oil & Hollandaise.

Guests enjoyed the extensive buffet created by the Amari’s executive chef, Shaun Venter.

Moving onto the white wines, this month it was Chateau la Joussiere Blanc, a light Sauvignon Blanc and the Chateau Du Pin Blanc, another light white with hints of melon and field herbs.

Guests also enjoyed many hot savories including mushroom and brie vol au vents, caramelized onion quiche, beef bourguignon and crispy egg noodles, coq au vin and potato gratin, a live salad station and a carving station featuring Australian beef meatloaf, French toast and roast cherry tomato sauce.

The evening was rounded off by a selection of desserts including croquembouche, mixed macaroons and assorted French pastries.

The red wines gave a choice of the Chateau Darzac which was filled with ripe fruit and the Chateau Du Pin Rouge with ripe cherries.

The evening was rounded off by a selection of desserts including croquembouche, mixed macaroons and assorted French pastries.

The next Amari Wine Experience will be on the last Friday of the month and details of which will be published in forthcoming editions of the Pattaya Mail.

The event featured a musical backdrop by the house duet.