Sunday, May 26, 2013

Chandon & High Heels

Oh yeah it's TGIF and it's time for girls night out with Chandon and High Heels at Twenty One Tables + Terrace, Bangsar Shopping Centre! Of course I will be attending with my sweetie Caroline~ :*

Well the dress code are high heels and flower so both of us are wearing the freaking same 6" high heels and some flowery accessories. Oh my, that's my first time wearing such "high" heels >.< need to be very careful while walking around. You know girls are still girls, willing to do anything just to look nice ;p

The first Chandon wine we tried was Chandon Brut which in pale straw color, apple and pear characteristics, nutty flavors, hint of brioche and refreshing dry finish. It can be paired with salty, creamy or nutty foods and also caesar salad and seafood such as oysters and sushi. We paired it with fresh blueberries~

Can be paired with popcorn as well =)       photo credit:
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 With Jessie Chong, the assistant brand manager of wines and belvedere. Pretties~

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Second, the Chandon Rose which we paired with salmon seaweed and strawberries, oh I like this most~ Chandon Rose is in deep pink color, it's by ripe and juicy strawberry, watermelon and fresh red cherry fruit. It's bold and vibrant with accents of apple and pear. It can be paired with traditional seafood, shellfish, duck and lamb dishes, intensely flavored dishes from Asia and Latin America.

Domaine Chandon Chardonay 2010           photo credit:
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Thirdly was Domaine Chandon Chardonnay 2010 which paired with Crayfish Risotto and Cherries. The wine has a very expressive and complex bouquet of cashew, grapefruit and nectarine, the palate picking up this lead-in to perfection, intense and tightly structured, yet nonetheless allowing the fruit to shine through.
Domaine Chandon Pinot Noir 2011   photo credit:
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Next up was the Domaine Chandon Pinot Noir 2011 which paired with Mushroom Duck Confit and raspberries. It's a classic and aromatic Pinot Noir. Fragrant notes of red cherry, raspberry and violet combine with earthy, spicy hints. The palate opens with subtle red berry notes before building in complexity to exude a deeper black cherry and mulberry profile. These fruits are underpinned by intriguing spices and dried herbs reminiscent of thyme and sage. There is also a hint of chary oak giving the fruit a smoky complexity. Framed by fine, savoury and seductive tannins, the wine shows excellent palate extension.

Domaine Chandon Shiraz 2010                    photo credit:
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Lastly which is Domaine Chandon Shiraz 2010 and paired with Spice Lamb with Crumbs. Dark cherry fruits lead the way with hints of flint, crushed brown spice and licorice. Well applied French vanilla oak. I don't like to eat lamb, but this look tasty.
Enjoying wine tasting~                                photo credit:
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Call me maybe~ ;p                                         photo credit:

Cheers~ with the Chandon winemaker, Glenn Thompson                                            photo credit:
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Thanks to Chandon invitation, what a fun Friday night with all the pretties, cheers!