23 Nov Château Fontvert and the Great Chefs : Edouard Loubet / La Bastide de Capelongue in Bonnieux (Luberon)
With two stars in the Michelin Guide, five toques in the Gault & Millau Guide (maximum score awarded to only twenty restaurants in France) and a Chef of the Year 2011 Award (given by the Gault & Millau Guide), Edouard Loubet is undeniably at the top of the French gastronomy. Born in Savoie (northern french Alps), he settled in the Luberon more than 20 years ago, first at the Moulin de Lourmarin, then from 2005 at the Bastide de Capelongue in Bonnieux. His cuisine stands out by the use of many plants and wild herbs, harvested in the alpine mountains or in the Luberon.
We asked Edouard Loubet to offer us a recipe that could ideally accompany the Collet de Pierrouret 2015. His choice fell on a Deer fillet, White Calville and Fuji Apple fried with Everlasting Flower. The complete recipe is available below. We also invite you to check the website www.capelongue.com for more information about the restaurant.