The Gleneagles Hotel has announced it will be collaborating with esteemed champagne house, Ruinart, for a sparkling weekend of gastronomic indulgence on Saturday April 11th 2015.
Hosted by Gleneagles Resort head chef Alan Gibb and Frederic Panaiotis, chef de caves at Ruinart, the oldest champagne house in Reims, founded in 1729, the day’s activities are a must for any foodie.
Alan will be working alongside Frederic to marry the very best of Scotland’s larder to the champagnes of Ruinart.
Gleneagles guests will be given the unique opportunity to see them both in action during a culinary demonstration on Saturday morning, followed by a sommelier-guided tour of the hallowed Gleneagles Cellars, decorated with artefacts and archive material from throughout the hotel’s long, proud history.
In the evening, guests will gather for champagne and canapés with Frederic, before indulging in a stunning five course banquet dinner in the ballroom, where each course will be paired with a different Ruinart champagne.
The menu has been specifically designed by Alan and Frederic and combines the best of Gleneagles and Ruinart in a marriage of sublime brilliance, a not to be missed experience.
The exclusive event will be held on Saturday April 11th 2014.
From £775 per room, per night based on two people sharing an Estate room.
This includes the champagne tasting, cellar tour, champagne and canapés reception and five-course banquet dinner in the ballroom, and breakfast.
Gleneagles is considered Scotland’s Leading Resort by voters at the World Travel Awards.