There are many different ways to cook sea bream but this recipe showcases it perfectly. The taste buds will be calling out for more, so serve with a Chablis Premier Cru and enjoy!
Gougères with Comté
An aperitif in the Bourgogne winegrowing region would be unthinkable without the local specialty of gougères. And a classic Petit Chablis would be the ideal partner, and why not add a salad with walnuts, too?
Salmon tartare with creamed cress and straw potatoes
This delightfully fresh recipe can be assembled just before service and will offer a breath of springtime air on a plate. With its vibrant colors and flavors, this dish will appeal to foodies and sophisticates alike. Season well and serve with a Chablis with its lively, fruity flavors.
Sea bass and salmon marinade
A traditional appetizer is reinvented with salmon marinated in a spiced mango preparation for a special summer aperitif. This unusual combination should be topped off with a wine of character to make an unforgettable combination of flavors.
Chicken supreme with tarragon
This original and delicious recipe is perfect for lovers of poultry dishes, combining moist chicken with a velvety sauce. The dish is perfection with a Chablis Grand Cru; a wine whose richness makes it ideal to serve with meat or foie gras. An original way to celebrate big summer events.
Red mullet toast
In this dish, eggplant caviar and a few preserved tomatoes provide the link between a slice of toast and a freshly roasted red mullet fillet. The delicate flavors of the eggplant and powerful taste of the fish come together in this tasty amuse bouche. To be enjoyed with a Chablis Premier Cru Montmains, for example.
Pan-fried scallops with a creamy mango vinaigrette
Scallops are without doubt the most sophisticated shellfish for cooking fresh. Charming and elegant, they offer a subtle, refined flavor. Ideally, pair this dish with a Chablis Premier Cru, whose minerality will strike a chord with the salinity of the shellfish and the succulent mango.
Creamy chicken fricassee with truffles and Chablis Grand Cru
A classic of French cuisine that is simple to make and deliciously succulent to enjoy. By combining the delicate flavor of truffles with the acidity of a Chablis Grand Cru, this traditional recipe is transformed into an elegant, gourmet creation. Perfect for a dinner party with friends when you don’t know what time they are coming!