by Host-Producer Paige Donner
In our July episode of Paris GOODfood+wine for this season one, we bring you a nice medley of food, wine and the luxury lifestyle.
First up, I sit down with Thomas Lignier, Brand Ambassador for the renowned champagne house Perrier-Jouët. Two hundred years into their history and the house is still going strong. He speaks to us about the house’s close relationship with the world of fine art.
Attention fine art and rare wine collectors – Thomas lets us in on a little insider tip – namely the two luxury collection items the house offers to serious connoisseurs – the first is their By and For Cuvée where you have the opportunity to consult with their winemaker to have a bespoke Perrier-Jouët champagne made just to your taste. The second is their Bicentennial Legacy Art Sculpture. This offers the purchaser two magnums of blanc de blancs encased in signed sculpture pieces. One bottle is to enjoy now, and the second magnum, is for you to store in the Perrier-Jouët cellars in Champagne for up to 100 years, to be collected by your designated heir. Prices for these programs upon request.
Next we’ll touch base with fellow blogger and journalist, Lindsay Tramuta, founder of Lost In Cheeseland, the blog about all things Parisian. She talks to us about her love for this city now that she’s made it her home and how food helped her forge that friendship.
Then, fresh from the Bordeaux Vinexpo exhibition halls, you’ll hear an interview with Master of Wine Charles Curtis who recently was tapped to climb on board as one of Le Pan Magazine’s senior editors. Le Pan is Jeannie Cho Lee’s new Art of Fine Wine Living magazine. This glossy is based in Hong Kong and publishes in both English and Chinese catering to that burgeoning audience who embraces the chateau lifestyle.
To cap our program Alec Lobrano is back in the studio with us and tells us about Paris’ cult fish restaurant, Le Duc. This restaurant offers not just superlative fresh line-caught fish but is also one of the city’s shush power tables. Which explains their wine list – it’s not every day you see Romanée Conti on a wine list, even here in Paris.
So stay tuned, with me, Paige Donner your host, as Paris GOODfood+wine takes you on another delicious whirl through the Paris food+wine landscape.
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And in case you’re wondering who the chanteuse is, featured in this episode’s musical interludes, it’s Melody Gardot.