Brasserie Europa presents Ravanal Wine Dinner on Wednesday, 1 June 2016

| May 24, 2016
Miss Pia Ravanal Parada, granddaughter of the founder of the Ravanal Wine Estate in Chile’s Colchagua Valley, will present four outstanding labels as part of an exclusive four-course wine dinner featuring European cuisine created and presented by the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok Executive Chef James Norman. “This is an amazing opportunity to learn much more about fine wines from Chile,” said James Norman. “The Ravanal Estate was founded in 1936 and has won, quite deservedly, many awards. The exceptional terroir and ideal climate in the Colchagua Valley produces grapes of outstanding quality that the Ravanal family transforms expertly into exceptional and, at times, quite complex wines.”

Chef James presents a classic European cuisine four-course dinner comprising:

Yellow fin tuna tartare Avocado cream, kalamata olives and a lemon fennel salad

Ravanal Reserva Chardonnay 2014

Parsley potato gnocchi Duck ragout, chives sour cream, rosemary parmesan crisps

Ravanal Reserva Carménère

Slow-cooked Australian oyster blade beef Carrot mousseline and roasted, homemade ricotta, cabernet sauvignon sauce

Ravanal Gran Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Caramelised figs, mascarpone cheese ice cream, ginger bread

Ravanal Limited Selection 2010


Ravanal Wine Dinner is priced at THB 2,200++ per person including four-course menu and all wines served. Early reservations are strongly recommended. For more details about this very special event, please call 02 162 9000. Brasserie Europa is located on the ground floor of the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok with easy access via road and the BTS SkyTrain at Siam station.


About Ravanal Wine Estate:

Founded in 1936 by Teodoro Ravanal, Viña Ravanal is one of the oldest wine estates in the Colchagua Valley. The vineyards, located in Placilla and San Jose de Manantiales next to the estate, are family owned and all harvesting is done manually. Viña Ravanal is particularly proud of the grapes produced in its ‘Centenary Vineyards’ where the vines are more than 100 years old. Colchagua Valley is now recognised as one of the great wine producing regions in Chile. The vineyard area is surrounded by mountains benefiting the slower maturation process. The soil is deep and clayish which enables Ravanal to produce a range of full-bodied and robust red wines with attractive and long lasting aromas, while white wines achieve high intensity and finesse. These conditions define the ideal terroir of the Colchagua Valley 


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