Mathias Dandine’s cuisine is as generous and indulgent as the man himself! It is also created using seasonal produce and varies according to the chef’s inspiration with a soft spot for traditional slow-cooked dishes such as veal blanquette, daube stew and lasagna. The tables are adorned with beautiful wine glasses and faience tableware which perfectly complement the authenticity and welcoming feel of the historical premises.
Precision is not a word that the chef takes lightly and it is also one of the many values shared by the worlds of wine and gastronomy. It is for this reason that Mathias Dandine has been named honorary patron for Château Gassier. ‘With the purpose of building knowledge and forming a bridge between older and younger generations’ as he likes to phrase it.
With his passion for the world of rosés and a wine list that is bursting at the seams with rosé wines, Mathias Dandine has collaborated with Château Gassier on creating some incredible food and wine pairing suggestions that promise a treat for the senses to say the very least. The complex aromas of the cuvée 946 white, for example, are set off to perfection when served with marinaded scallops and creamed celeriac with truffles and Piedmont hazelnuts.