Six wines, three ways, two grapes.
Explore the terroir of Hinterland from appetizer to dessert.
Our ideal food pairings & order of wines:
Blanc de Blancs Method Traditional: Freshly shucked oysters or roasted scallops
Chardonnay: Seafood tower, mixed plate of cold seafood or raw bar on ice. Or crab legs & butter.
Blanc de Noirs Method Traditional: Veal or pork snitzel (this is the sparkling wine to have with meat)
Pinot Noir: Grilled salmon or tuna, whitefish. Game birds, cornish hen, quail & mushrooms.
Ratafia Chardonnay & Pinot Noir: Serve chilled with your pâté, charcuterie or cheese course, especially blue cheese or rich creamy cheeses like Vacherin. Garnish your plate with dried fruit, figs and a compote.