Mild, sweet and tender rabbit nestles alongside marinated Castelfranco in this enervating dish from Alyn Williams. Anjou rabbits are less gamey and pair melodiously with the sharp and creamy notes of mustard and creme fraiche. The woody citrus of Marjoram lends a welcome and warm herbal infusion to the sauce. The delicate aroma of roasted Kohlrabi, permits Castelfranco, massaged with aged balsamic, to release it’s bittersweet notes without interruption. Textures abound in this dish; from crunch & crisp, to unctuous and yielding, giving a holistic, rounded and exciting experience for the palette.
Matthew Jukes, our award winning wine pairing expert has paired this dish with a 2019 Côtes-du-Rhône Blanc, Famille Perrin, France
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Our series of playlists are designed to accompany you all the way from the cooking, to the dining. Taking you on journeys that are a mixture of both the familiar and the adventurous, just as our menus are.
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Compiling the playlists is Matt Farthing, a multi-disciplinary instrumentalist, composer and sound designer whose music and compositions have been played on radio stations as far ranging as Classic FM, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 3 and BBC 1 Xtra.