How to Serve Caviar, Champagne and Sushi

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Albert Diaz & Milan Markov
Chef Albert Diaz & Milan Markov

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How do you serve Oscietra caviar and sushi? WIth Champagne, of course. For one special night, downtown Miami hotspot Zuma served Black River Caviar paired with Champagne Taittinger and Zuma’s famous sushi selections. While it’s a bit of an unexpected combo, it works very, very well.

Black river Caviar

Black River CaviarPhoto Credit: World Red Eye

Black River Caviar hails from the beautiful country of Uruguay, breeding sturgeons for the past twenty years to produce the highest quality of caviar, indulging palettes all over the world. The company expertly utilizes innovative breeding methods to ensure that the fish grow in a natural way while at the same time maintaining a strong respect the environment. Black River Caviar offers both Oscietra and Siberian varieties which pair perfectly with the Taittinger selections.

Zuma served Black River Caviar Siberian variety with Brut La Française Taittinger champagne, with the caviar arriving on a beautiful display with the caviar delicately laid above leaves and ice cubes to keep it fresh. We do recommend trying this at home.

Champagne Taittinger
Champagne Taittinger

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Sea Bass Sashimi with Yuzu, Truffle and Salmon Roe
Sea Bass Sashimi with Yuzu, Truffle and Salmon Roe

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The champagne enhanced the flavors of the impeccable Japanese cuisine that followed with an elaborate six-course spread of decadent seafood selections and favorites of the famed restaurant including fresh sushi and sashimi, king crab, roasted lobster, truffle-infused mushroom rice hot pot, wagyu ribeye and more, plus the all-famous Zuma dessert platter. The transition from the smooth caviar to the bubbly champagne and then the deliciously paired sushi was the perfect combination.

Champagne Taittinger
Champagne Taittinger

 

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With summer season upon us and home-base dinner parties approaching, Black River Caviar and Champagne Taittinger make a dynamic duo to give your meal an elegant edge, offering a light and refreshing refined taste to the palette that leaves guests wanting more. Add some of the best sushi in town into the mix and you’re ready to go.

Black River Caviar and Champagne Taittinger at Zuma Miami
Black River Caviar and Champagne Taittinger at Zuma Miami

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Champagne Taittinger is one of the last remaining major marque Champagne Houses, both owned and actively managed by the family named on the label. Champagne Taittinger is the second largest vineyard or domaine owner in the region giving them ultimate control of quality from vine to bottle. The Champagnes are Chardonnay dominant, which gives them their signature elegance, delicacy and finesse.

 

 

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