Domaines Schlumberger was founded in 1810 and is one of France's largest and finest domaines. Seven generations since the start of the family, Schlumberger now own 130 hectares of vineyard, 70 of which are qualified as Grand Cru.
For more than 180 years the love of wine has been passed on from one Faiveley generation to the next. Now run by Erwan Faiveley, one of the youngest directors of a Burgundy domaine on record, the Faiveley family now owns a total of 125 hectares across 16 villages.
The specially selected menu contains dishes such as a 30 hour braised Jacobs ladder of Scotish beef and dry aged fillet with smoked mash, crispy cabbage, glazed shallots and sprouting broccoli.