The most prestigious event on the Australian culinary calendar has been announced. On World Champagne Day, Friday 26 October, one of Australia’s most awarded chefs will prepare the 2012 Vogue Living Champagne Dinner at The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa.
Returning to The Byron at Byron for the fifth year running, this year’s event welcomes back renowned Chef Justin North, a much-loved friend of the resort.
Justin’s previous ventures include Bécasse restaurant, which was regularly awarded two Chefs Hats by The Sydney Morning Herald and three stars from the Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Awards. Justin also operated the celebrated Quarter Twenty One (awarded a Chefs Hat in 2012), Etch, Bécasse Bakery and Le Grand Café. Justin and his wife Georgia received the Le Cordon Bleu Professional Excellence Award in the 2012 Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide.
Justin will craft a lavish four course French degustation to match five of the world’s finest Champagnes. Champagnes to be enjoyed are Ayala Brut Nature, Agrapart Terriors Blanc de Blancs, Philipponnat Royale Réserve Brut, 2000 Pol Roger Vintage Brut and Bollinger Rosé.
“It is a privilege to be invited back to The Byron at Byron to oversee what has become one of the most anticipated annual culinary events in Australia” said Justin North.
The extravagant dinner, styled annually by acclaimed Domayne Stylist Sue Kropp, is supported by the Champagne Bureau as a way of sharing with Australians the versatility of Champagne.
7:00pm Friday 26 October, The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa
$190 per person including four courses with five matching Champagnes.
Or enjoy the Vogue Living Champagne Dinner two night package for two:
- Two nights’ accommodation in a Superior Suite
- Full buffet breakfast daily in The Restaurant
- Friday afternoon canapés and sunset drinks
- Four course gala dinner with five matching Champagnes
- Saturday canapé class with Head Chef Gavin Hughes
- Complimentary yoga class daily
- Late check to 12 noon Sunday
$1195 for two people in a Superior Suite
Elisabeth Drysdale, Director of the Champagne Bureau says “Australia is the eighth largest market for Champagne in the world, and what better way to celebrate this than to hold a dinner at the lush Byron at Byron”.
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