Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno, one of the world’s great chefs, and Champagne house Moët & Chandon intend to make culinary history with the inauguration of LE & restaurant, a pop-up restaurant in Epernay, in the heart of Champagne region. The partnership will enhance champagne and food pairing with exquisite new ideas.
The unique culinary concept in collaboration with 3 Michelin Stars Chef Yannick Alléno opened its doors at L’Orangerie in Epernay, on Moët & Chandon’s estate in France. For one month, Chef Alléno has joined Moët & Chandon Chef de Cave Benoît Gouez to create an exclusive series of recipes that highlight the House’s legendary champagnes. Unveiled online on the Moët & Chandon website, the recipes are designed for beginners and professionals alike.
“LE & is a unique experience melding champagne and food, where every aspect of champagne has been considered to go far beyond a simple wine and food pairing,” says the famous champagne house.
LE & offers experiential moments around Moët Impérial, Grand Vintage 2006, Grand Vintage Collection 1999 and Grand Vintage Collection 1985.
Awarded a third Michelin star at just 40, the Parisian chef Yannick Alléno is renowned for pioneering innovation that respects the finest tradition of gastronomy. The chef of Le 1947, the gourmet restaurant at the Hôtel Cheval Blanc in Courchevel, has been named the official chef of Moët & Chandon.