The Rembrandt, Bangkok usually organizes monthly wine dinners at da Vinci restaurant. I come here many times due to the value and casual ambiance. This time was a Spanish wine dinner, Spanish food pair with Spanish wines. The food was prepared by the Executive Sous of da Vinci chef Jesus Niño. The wines were from Marqués de Cáceres.
The evening started with a cocktail reception, sparking wine and finger food. Many guests of honors attend the event.
Anders Magnusson_Thai Norwegian Chamber (3rd left), Xavier Vicente – Brand Ambassador Asia Pacific of Marques de Caceres (2nd right), Eric Hallin – General Manager of Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok (1st left)
Nunos Santos – Spain Embassy (left)
Joan Ibanez – F&B Director at Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok (right)
Chef Jesus Ninos, Excutive Sous Chef at Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok (Center)
Christophe Imbert – Managing Director of Comte de Sibour Limited (left)
The meal started with Strawberry gazpacho, prawn’s tartare and lemon & basil sorbet
Paired with Rioja Rosado 2012 Marqués de Cáceres
Riojan modern vegetable cold minestra
Paired with Rueda Verdejo 2012 Marqués de Cáceres
Mushrooms & cod fish paella
Paired with Rioja Crianza 2009 Marqués de Cáceres
Free range chicken with Rioja red wine sauce, confit potatoes & rosemary aroma, Paired with Rioja Reserva 2008 Marqués de Cáceres
Cheese pie, tomato jam & oregano
Coffee and Spanish pancake was a perfect ending to the meal.
For more information of their next wine event call 02261 7100 or frequently check At-Bangkok.com