Fausto's borvacsora: Őszi kedvenceink / November 16.

<tc>Fausto's wine dinner: Autumn favorites / November 16th</tc>

In autumn, during and after harvest season, I frequently think of the winemakers and their families, the patience they have for their hard work to mature into something superior, the wooden barrels, and the wines that have been resting in them for years. Most families and producers devote their whole life transforming grapes into a more humble form of enchantment.

Everyone has their favorite wine that they love, but discovering new flavors is always exciting and satisfying.

I believe that a glass of wine, regardless of its kind, sparkling, white, or red, is interpreted according to one's emotional state. Thus, flavor is always a relative concept. Of course, it depends on the wine and the person's wine knowledge as well.
This fact might explain why I can have various emotions after drinking the same glass of wine. My mood may change and the way I taste them, but never the wine itself. Wine is similar to a lovely attire you might wear. If you feel confident and like the outfit, it'll be yours, just as if the wine makes you feel like you've found yourself, then it's yours. It's crucial to pay attention to our feelings when a glass of wine is consumed rather than allowing labels to color our perceptions of those experiences. The wine in your glass ought to enchant you and evoke feelings of mood, ambiance, cheer, and joy. We would like to share these feelings by presenting our new and old favorite wines and further improving the experience with the food carefully chosen for them.

Marcel Vézien L’Illustre Champagne N.V.

Marinated prawn, mint, pineapple

Collavini Millesimato Ribolla Gialla Spumante 2018

Tuna, celery, caviar

Collavini Blanc Fumat DOC Collio 2021

Tortelli, cocoa, pesto, ricotta, lemon cane

Collavini Broy 2019

Sea bass, artichoke, smoked potato foam

Mazzei Castello Fonterutoli Chianti Classico Gran Selezione 2018

Loin of deer, Jerusalem artichoke cream, porcini mushroom

Louis Perdrier Brut Excellence

Lemon meringue, celery, lime

The price of the menu including, the wine course, mineral water, and coffee is 80,000 HUF.
The price of the menu does not include any additional consumption or the 15% service fee charged at the end of the bill!

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