Super excited for today’s wedding venue spotlight as we are off to explore a unique wedding venue in South West France who also happens to produce fabulous wine, come and explore Domaine Gayda. Situated an hour from Toulouse Blagnac Airport and 20 minutes from Carcassonne Airport,
Domaine Gayda presents a unique destination in the very heart of the Languedoc Roussillon.
Set amongst the vines on a hillside location with breathtaking views of the Pyrenees, the onsite restaurant or “Le Restaurant” can accommodate up to 200 wedding guests on the new covered terrace and also has private lounges and a children’s area.
Chef Jean-Christophe Gille specialises in modern French cuisine prepared with passion and creativity and the upmost respect for the wonderful fresh local produce. He will work with you to create a personalised menu to your specifications and budget. You will also be guided through the outstanding wines of Domaine Gayda to complement your meal.
Let’s tempt your tastebuds with a sample menu available at Le Restuarant:
Iced red mullet fillet with pesto and crunchy ratatouille
Our own « Mi-cuit » foie gras with a coriander, mint and cardamom chutney
Roast tender pork, Marseillette wild rice, rocket butter and « sauce brune »
Roast milk fed veal seasonal vegetable with rocket and a parmesan emulsion
Caribbean chocolate and vanilla sponge , fresh strawberries and spicy chocolate sauce
Raspberry cannelloni with a lemon verbena flavoured strawberry salad
Café et mignardises
The prestigious accommodation situated within the beautiful vineyard is available to house up to 16 guests. It includes four cottages, each with a fully equipped kitchen, dining room and living room, designed and furnished to the highest standards. The property also boasts its own games room with snooker table.
Outdoors, you and your guests can enjoy the spacious grounds complete with tennis court, 16 x 5m swimming pool, children’s pool, summer kitchen and barbecue area.
The Domaine’s cellar and restaurant are only 500m away.
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