Floreal Brasserie will serve a Good France dinner on March 22.
Buffet composed of :
Confit duck and raisin Ballentine served with our Pinotage and red onion marmalade
Salmon gravlax served with purees of fennel and black lemon finished with a honey and truffle dressing
Duo of Lamb Slow braised lamb belly and lamb fillet served on a pea and mint puree, roast garlic potato croquettes, baby vegetables served with our Merlot jus
Fried camembert served with a Pinotage and cranberry jam
Lemon curd macarons
What is your link with French cuisine ?
Marianne Wine Estate was born in 2004 from the passion of the owner for wine and both French and South African cultures. He decided to produce wines in Stellenbosch because they were amazed by the great potential the region could offer in terms of high-quality wines, and also to bring a French touch to South African wines. Floreal Brasserie is the restaurant on the Estate and Ian Lilley, the chef, created meals that reunite both cuisines.
Why did you choose to participate in Good France ?
We chose to participate to the event to celebrate the French cuisine and culture as they are both very important for Marianne Wine Estate and Floreal Brasserie.
Marianne Wine Estate – Valley Road – Off R44, Stellenbosch 7600