Campy evening

In Food, Hong Kong on April 13, 2013 by triotriotrio Tagged: ,

Too many glasses

Too many glasses

Bon jour

The evening began with our host stating, “Welcome to Burgundy.” But it didn’t look like France; I was clearly overlooking the dense haze of Victoria Harbour, high from the top of the Peak. But I am firm believer in the “suspension of display” so I took Pierre’s welcome and followed him through a five course dinner that included eight wine pairings.

All of the wines are from Maison Champy. The remarkable thing was the diversity that each wine brought to the conservation. Whites and reds combined to make a special evening. I cannot remember ever attending such an event. My initial thought was, “this is too much wine.” But I did my best to push through for the sake of science and adventure.


Home-cured salmon and caviar with steamed crabmeat frittata les suchots

Champy, Chardonnay Signature, 2007

Champy, Pernand-Vergeelesses Blanc, 2009

Cream of Jerusalem artichokes scented with black truffle oil

Champy, Chassagne-Montrachet, 2009

Champy, Puligny-Montrachet Blanc, 2009

Oven-roast crisp supreme of Petaluma duck

Champy, Pinot Noir Signature, 2009

Champy, Beaune Vieille Vigne, 2008

Brie de Meaux Sandwich with sweet onion relish and affila cress

Champy, Aloxe Corton, 2008

Champy, Vosne Romanee 1er Cru “Les Suchots”, 2009

Roasted almond sable, Valrhona guanaja chocolate tart white espresso gelato and caramel foam


Thank you to the staff of Café Deco who hosted the dinner. It was a wonderful experience.

Champy dinner


One Response to “Campy evening”

  1. Sounds amazing!

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