Moët & Chandon host second ‘Dining Experience’ to celebrate racing partnership

13/07/2018 - 00:00
To celebrate champagne brand Moët & Chandon’s 110-year partnership with Jockey Club Catering and Newmarket Racecourse, it is hosting its second five-course ‘Dining Experience’ at the racecourse this weekend (12-14 July).

With a vegetarian theme, the Moët & Chandon Dining Experience is set to wow the exclusive 90-person event, who will each be treated to a five-course lunch and perfectly paired champagnes.

Damian Adams, head chef for Jockey Club Catering at Newmarket Racecourse, explained: “When creating this year’s menu, we were inspired by seasonal produce and the abundance of fresh, local fruit and vegetables available to us.

“We’ve created a delicious pea and mint ravioli, which will be served with a tasty champagne cream, fresh summer peas, a dash of lemon and shaved parmesan.

“This will be paired this with a Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2008, which has a longer time in the cellars to develop more intense flavours and a fuller body and stands well with this dish.

“The vegetable dishes reveal the versatility of the champagne and make a great pairing.”

Tickets cost £450 per person and include a five course lunch and champagne pairings, as listed below:

Amuse Bouche

  • Local chargrilled asparagus
  • Quail Egg salad, frisée lettuce, truffle dressing
  • Paired with Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial

First course

  • Salmon gravadlax, orange and tarragon, lemon cream cheese, scorched mandarin
  • Or goats cheese duo cheesecake, pistachio and honey, sweet fig, balsamic
  • Paired with Moët & Chandon Rosé Imperial


  • Roast sirloin, brioche puree, duck liver and truffle bon bon, Madeira sauce, beef ravioli
  • Or pea and mint ravioli, champagne cream, summer peas, lemon, shaved parmesan
  • Paired with Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2008


  • Strawberry mousse with local strawberries, pistachio shortbread, meringue, baby basil
  • Paired with Moët & Chandon Ice Imperial Rosé

Afternoon Tea

  • Selection of traditional sandwiches, scones and cakes and specialty tea and coffee
  • Paired with Moet & Chandon Ice Imperial Blanc

An expert Moët & Chandon sommelier will talk diners through how each dish and champagne have been selected to complement one another.

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