Ubiquitous Chip Wine Tasting Dinner – Languedoc Region

By | Feb 13, 2011

An exciting evening of Wine and food inspired by The Languedoc Region of Southern France in the company of Vincent Goumard of Mas Cal Demoura is being hosted at Glasgow’s Ubiquitous Chip restaurant. The menu will feature onion and mountain ham fougasse, Catalan oxtail, bourride with homage to Scottish seafood, Confit goose and home-cured Toulouse sausage cassoulet and Creme Catalan with cinnamon biscuit

Mas Cal Demoura is situated in the small but prestigious AOP of Terrasses de Larzac on a site which merits the title of Grand Cru du Languedoc. The Domaine has already attracted very impressive press coverage.The vineyards produces five grape varieties in almost equal parts: Grenache, Mourvedre, Syrah, Carignan and Cinsault. The average age of the vines is 25 years and some are considerably older.

Isabelle and Vincent Goumard are committed to producing wines that respect the environment from which they come and express both their terroir and their personalties. In the vineyard they treat organically and harvest manually.

More information : http://www.ubiquitouschip.co.uk/

Thursday 24th February at 7.00pm -  £45.00 per person – Tel: 0141 334 5007

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