La Maison Lucas Carton, one of Paris’s most renowned restaurants, is set to launch a series of wine-pairing dinners, bringing together exquisite cuisine and exquisite wines. This historic establishment, located on Place de la Madeleine, has been a staple of the Parisian culinary scene for over a century, and its latest endeavor promises to be nothing short of spectacular.
Under the direction of chef Hugo Bourny and his team, La Maison Lucas Carton is constantly looking for ways to modernize without sacrificing its rich history and traditions. The wine dinners, which kick off on April 27th, are a prime example of this commitment to innovation.
The Milan estate, a family-owned winery located at the foot of the Alpilles mountains in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, is the first guest to be featured at these wine dinners. Their unique wines, made with biodynamic methods and a focus on natural, unadulterated flavors, perfectly complement the exquisite dishes created by Bourny and his team.
The menu for this exceptional meal is a veritable symphony of flavors, perfectly paired with the estate’s signature wines. From the “Green asparagus from Saint Rémy de Provence, marinated and then roasted in the embers, pollen, sabayon Verjus of the domain and smoked butter,” to the “Le Grand Blanc, vintage 2016,” each dish and wine selection has been carefully curated to create an unforgettable dining experience.
But the wine dinners are just the beginning of La Maison Lucas Carton’s exploration of the perfect pairing. In June, star mixologist Matthias Giroud will join forces with Bourny and his team to create an innovative cocktail pairing dinner. Then, in October, Domaine Guillot-Broux will take center stage, before the year ends in style with Pommery, the House’s champagne.
La Maison Lucas Carton’s wine-dinners promise to be an unforgettable experience that marries tradition with innovation, and showcases the very best of the Parisian culinary scene. So, mark your calendars for April 27th and embark on a journey of gastronomic delight with Domaine Milan and La Maison Lucas Carton.”