Due to the current status of the Coronavirus situation, we have to further postpone our Matter of Taste Zurich 2020 event from June to 21st - 22nd November. Click here to find out more details

Dinner: Grand Finale BYOB

21 November 2020 | 07:00 PM - 10:30 PM GMT+1
Garden Salon, The Dolder Grand
Kurhausstrasse 65, 8032 Zürich, Switzerland
CHF 218.00

Description


After a delightful day of tasting on Saturday, stay with us for great food, wines and company at The Grande Finale Dinner. Many great tastings and wine events have wine makers staying behind at the end of the day, sharing bottles among fellow wine lovers over a good meal. The Grande Finale Dinner will be hosted at the Dolder Grand, Garden Salon.

Our sumptuous menu is specially designed to fit all different wine varietals brought by guests and winemakers in a family style format.

Don't forget to bring your own bottle for maximum enjoyment! (BOYB)

Starters

Beef tartare, Belper knolle cheese

"Pâte en croûte", Onions

Pickled herring tartare, Horseradish and beetroot

Duck liver “Dolderli”, Rhubarb

Country egg, Spinach, Potato espuma, Truffle

  

Mains

Fillet of pike perch, Fennel, Riesling sauce

Züri Gschnätzlets

Rösti 

Spring chicken on saffron risotto, Pea and champagne foam

Glazed root vegetables

 

Sweets 

Kirsch cake Zug style

Vermicelli, Chestnut puree

Rhubarb mousse with vanilla sablé

Cheese selection 

Petits Fours 

 

Coffee or Tea


Seating will start at 7.00pm.

This event is free seating and sharing per table of 10. For groups of 10 or more people, please write to paulina.v@robertparker.com


Presenters


Stephan Reinhardt
Wine Advocate Reviewer
Stephan, born 1967 in Düsseldorf, is a German journalist who began to specialize in wine in 1999/2000 after a decade of studying and teaching theatre science at Münch University in the morning and selling wine in a wine shop in the afternoon. Initially he wrote about theatre and music but after the translation of Oz Clarke's Wine Encyclopedia, Stephan started to write about wine daily for sueddeutsche.de, the online platform of the Süddeutsche Zeitung. Stephan has since published numerous articles for renowned daily and weekly German newspapers such as Süddeutsche Zeitung and Welt am Sonntag as well as for monthly German, Austrian, and Swiss wine and lifestyle magazines such as Der Feinschmecker, Falstaff, and Fine – das Weinmagazin. In 2008 Stephan became chief editor of the Swiss/German newsletter Weinwisser; four years later he took the same position at Vinum, whose 10 issues per year are published in Zurich/Switzerland but distributed also in Germany and Austria. Besides this he has contributed to The World of Fine Wine regularly since 2004. Stephan covers the wine regions of Germany, Austria and Switzerland as well as Alsace, Champagne and the Loire valley.
Monica Larner
Wine Advocate Reviewer
Monica Larner is a wine critic and author based in Rome. She is the Italian Reviewer for The Wine Advocate and RobertParker.com, the bimonthly wine publication and website founded by wine critic, Robert Parker. In 2003, Larner was selected to be the very first dedicated Italian wine editor for Wine Enthusiast. She is also a two-time winner of the Best Young Journalist of the Year (2008, 2010), one of the top honors given out yearly at the VinItaly exposition. In 2012, Larner won Best International Journalist also presented by the Comitato Grandi Cru d'Italia panel at VinItaly. Through her work at The Wine Advocate, Larner's opinion on Italian wines is often cited by mainstream media publications like Forbes and Newsweek.She has been described by Robert Parker as "...one of the most comprehensive writers of Italian wines out there."
Luis Gutiérrez
Wine Advocate Reviewer
Luis Gutiérrez comes from an IT background with over two decades of experience working for a large multinational company in Madrid, sharing his free time between his family and wine. He lives in the Spanish capital with his British-Irish-Italian wife and their three children. He's a founding member of elmundovino.com, the dean and most prestigious wine website published in Spanish, where he has written and tasted since its creation in the year 2000. He also writes for other publications belonging to the El Mundo newspaper in Spain as well as contributing to different wine and gastronomy publications in Spain, Portugal, Puerto Rico and the UK. Awarded the title Cavaleiro da Confraria do Vinho do Porto in 2004, Port and Douro being some of his favourite regions and wines as he writes about what is happening in the wine world in Spain and Portugal, with occasional articles on Burgundy, Rhône, German Riesling, Champagne or other classic regions in Europe. He writes locally about foreign wines, and abroad mainly about Spanish wines. Luis contributed to most of the Spanish entries for the 2008 book 1001 Wines You Must Try (or Taste, depending on country) Before You Die. He is also one of the co-authors of The Finest Wines of Rioja and Northwest Spain published in 2011 in the UK and US and in 2012 in Japan, which won the 2011 André Simon Special Commendation Award in London. He's been the Spanish specialist correspondent for Jancisrobinson.com since May 2011 and received the Spanish National Gastronomy Award for journalism in November 2012 from the Spanish Minister for Tourism. And more than anything, he enjoys learning about wine, the wine people and places, travelling, tasting, reading, writing, eating and drinking and especially sharing great food and great bottles with friends whenever there's a good excuse for it!