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Schauenstein Schloss Hotel Restaurant

By Alex Hunt MW |  November 30 2020

In the beautiful surroundings of an 18th-century castle in Fürstenau in the Swiss Alps, Andreas Caminada’s playful, innovative, but always elegant, three Michelin-starred cooking has made Schloss Schauenstein one of Europe’s hippest—and most entertaining—gastronomic destinations.

To work with complex, balanced dishes such as roasted langoustine tartare, lime sponge, and confit Amalfi lemon, or goose liver with fresh goat’s cheese and maize, Caminada’s guests have access to a 3,000-bin wine list that gives prominent space to the best of Switzerland’s various regions and grape varieties, including a pair of eye-catching verticals from Martha and Daniel Gantenbein in Fläsch: Pinot Noir (back to 1994) and Chardonnay (back to 1999). These are accompanied by well-chosen selections from Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Rhône, Austria, Germany, Italy, and Spain, in a list that balances the adventurous with the classic.

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