Our best experience, a gastronomic journey of flavours and texture. The favourite to share with family and friends. Delivered in a elegant box and paired with a beautiful bottle of champagne Frerejean Frères. You can choose to pair the fillet with a Premier Cru bottle, or you can upgrade to the incredible VV26 Grand Cru. Clic Add and Choose your variant
Gift Box with VV26 Gradn Cru
Gift Box with Premier Cru
Premier Cru description: "Our signature wine is a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir aged for a minimum of five years, producing an elegant Champagne that embodies the richness of the Frerejean Frères terroir. And low brut dosage and late disgorgement mean that it’s both balanced and genero".
VV26 Grand Cru description: Aged for eight years and sealed with a traditional agrafe, our Blanc des Blancs is creamy and mineral. We source Chardonnay grapes from 90-year-old Grand Cru vieilles vignes, including vines that dates back to 1926, then leave them in oak barrels for seven months, blending the best of 2008 and 2009 harvests from our Côte des Blancs vineyards.”
Smokin' Brothers says"Our salmon is sustainably sourced in the UK. Hand cured and smoked in our Smokery at the Daylesford Farm and carefully wrapped in plastic-free packaging."
Smokin’ Brothers salmon is unique and immediately recognisable for the way it is cut. In fact, the signature cut is the sashimi slice stye. The sashimi style allows appreciating the beautiful complexity of flavour and texture in each slice. Another main feature of Smokin’ Brothers approach is to differentiate the tail and the belly of the salmon. Because of the particular smoking process, where the sides are hanged, the two opposite ends of the salmon have very different flavors and textures. The belly is rich, with buttery and delicate slices, while the tail, being the muscle of the fish, has a lean flesh and an extra smokey flavour. The belly slices could evoke salmon sashimi but with a beautiful tone of smoke, while the tail slices are perfect for those who love intense smoky flavour.