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Arts Centre Melbourne presents Chandon Seafood Feast by the Yarra



Sunday Seafood Feast inspired by Chandon

Chandon winemaker Adam Keith together with Bombini Buzz’s Sous-Chef Dario Mannino have created a sparkling seafood Sunday feast inspired by Chandon wines.

Warm summer Sundays are complete with a bubbly selection of Chandon perfectly paired with four courses of delicious seafood dishes such as: marinated scallops on a bed of tomato and capsicum gazpacho served with Chandon Blanc de Blancs, and finishing with a white chocolate sensation of sparkling “Jelly” Moscato and topped off with a Chandon Champagne Cocktail.

Adam joined the all-star Chandon team in 2002. Quality is his number one priority and he’ll provide insight into Chandon’s range of sparkling wines. Dario will share his inspiration for the matching dishes over the course of lunch.

16 December 2018 12:00pm | Bombini Buzz   $110              

Running time 4 hours





Pulpo a la Gallega

Octopus Gallega style, served on a cocktail potato with smoked paprika aioli, Pedro Ximénez vinaigrette and garnished with red radish

Served with a glass of Chandon S with a twist of orange on ice.

Act I

Scallops de Brut

Cold marinated scallops on a bed of tomato and capsicum gazpacho with pink lady apple gel, parsley oil and finished with black salt

Served with Chandon Blanc de Blancs

Act II

Tasmanian Salmon

Tasmanian salmon loin charcoal with maple-soy mi-cuit and served with stir fried edamame and shimeji mushroom, pickled eggplants with a soy-ginger vinaigrette and topped with golden popcorn shoots

Served with Chandon Vintage 2014


White Chocolate Sensation

Sparkling “Jelly” Moscato, raspberry and white chocolate shavings, finished with Chambord liquor topped with Black Caviar


Finish with saltbush and sage goat curd cheese drizzled with Beechworth Honey and beetroot and orange relish, served with rosemary crackers

Served with a Chandon Champagne Cocktail

Mick Pachollihttps://www.tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.