Wine and Food Pairing at D and B Restaurant

D and B Restaurant (Duck and Buvette) and Manila’s leading restaurant wine supplier Yats Wine Cellars is jointly holding a wine appreciation event in Ortigas, Metro Manila on Thursday 6th November, 2014.


1994 Domaine de Petit Musset, Montagne St. Emilion from Yats

1994 Domaine de Petit Musset, Montagne St. Emilion from Yats

D and B Restaurant’s popularity soared soon after it reopened after months of renovation. Not only is the new look a marked improvement that is much appreciated by dining customers as well as mall-goers in Manila, the new food menu attracted much attention also. Lately, customers of this popular restaurant in Ortigas, Manila are beginning to discover some pleasant surprises in the short but very thoughtful wine list.

This wine appreciation event features fine vintage wines from Yats Wine Cellars paired with small portions of delectable dishes that have made D and B Restaurant one of the most popular places to dine in Manila. This wine event should be a treat for Manila’s wine and food lovers. Classic recipes employed by Chef Jacqi or D and B Restaurant will be served with classic French vintage wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy and Rhone, brought to Manila’s wine lovers from the deep parts of the wine cellars of YATS.

Fine Bordeaux wine in Philippines from Yats

Fine Bordeaux wine in Philippines from Yats

For the price of just 1,500 per person, this is probably one of the most cost-effective way to spend an evening of fine wine and food.

For more information as well as tickets to attend this wine event in D and B Restaurant on Thursday, 13th November, 2014, contact:

Yats Wine Cellars
3003C East Tower, Philippines Stock Exchange Center,
Exchange Road, Ortigas Center,
Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel: (632) 633-1566 or 0917-520-4393


Please click on this link for more details about this wine appreciation event at D and B Restaurant in Manila.
Because wine and food will be served together, guests should remind themselves to arrive on time. Moderate drinkers need not worry about excessive alcohol intake because the typical tasting pour is roughly 60ml.

Dress code is smart casual.

Enjoy the evening of good food, fine wine and wonderful company!

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