This invaluable experience is a very special occasion: four dinners situated in unparalleled scenery – a magical transparent dome, will combine Georgian haute-cuisine flavors with a Courmayeur star-filled sky – to welcome select guests. Such a unique experience will begin even before sitting down: driven in a carriage to the geodesic dome, the dinner guests will slowly be drawn into the atmosphere and enjoy the silence of nature.
Her philosophy is based on the idea of renewing traditional Georgian recipes – with their Mingrelian, Indian, and Persian origins – by enriching them with local ingredients, such as artichokes, wild garlic, and mushrooms, which are being used less and less in her country’s cuisine.
Her intense attention to enhance her region’s products and rural culture is perfectly matched with Courmayeur’s “Lo Matsòn” food project, which has the same goal of promoting local, sustainable “zero mile food”, the Aosta Valley delicacies and wines and agricultural and farming culture.
The menu that will be offered reflects and enhances the idea of sharing and mixing cultures that are geographically separated from one other, yet so close in terms of conviviality and good food. A few typical Georgian recipes will be prepared with local Aosta Valley ingredients.
The proceeds of the four dinners, each of which will host thirty-two people, at four eight-person tables, will be donated to Disval, a non-profit Aosta Valley organization to support accessible sports.