LA CONFRERIE du Sabre d’Or, an order devoted to promoting the act of Sabrage and the enjoyment of Champagne, hosted its first event in the Kingdom on June 28. Villa Oeno, a trendy, lifestyle venue on Street 240 hosted the event and became Phnom Penh’s first Caveaux. Guests were greeted with a glass of Champagne and canapés while an acoustic guitarist played in the background. Everyone enjoyed dinner, which began with a pan-fried foiegras and glazed apple, surprisingly paired with a dry Cotes de Gascogne by Alain Brumont, which cut the richness of the dish, giving great balance and freshness to the delighful flavours. Photos supplied
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