Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant

You may have caught some of my social media posts about the Dove Restaurant re-opening in Road Town. I made a very poorly kept secret of how excited I was when their doors opened again in December (following a lengthy closure and refurbishment after Irma.) 

Initially just serving weekday lunches and bar snacks. Later this month (I hear rumors of January 28th) they hope to open for dinner. Which I am positive will be well-supported, if their first few weeks has been anything to go by.

Yesterday they kicked off with a fantastic six course wine-paired tasting menu in collaboration with Proudly African and Elena Walch wines. A sold-out event saw 40 of us filling the small restaurant in Road Town.

Elena Walch Wine Tasting Dinner at the Dove - beautiful Road Town Restaurant

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Tasting Notes and Menu

Obviously I was all over this and after all the feasting last night I’m thrilled to share it with you today.

As with previous Proudly African wine dinners, the tasting notes were waiting for us when we sat down. Along with an incredibly tempting menu. This was accompanied by a crisp glass of Laurent Perrier champagne.

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Tasting Notes and Menu

Our wine expert, Julia Walch (Elena’s daughter), started the event by telling us a little about the region that the wines are produced in, and some history behind the brand. Located in the very North of Italy at the foot of the Dolomite mountains, the philosophy of the Elena Walch estate is dedicated to its terroir. The concept that the wines directly reflect their soil, cultivation and climate and that this should be celebrated. The estate comprises of five vineyards, each slightly different in altitude, conditions and soil, bringing individual differences and flavour nuances to their wines.

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Julia Walch hosting the event

Pinot Grigio ‘Selezione’ 2017 – Foie Gras Parfait / Pomegranate Gel

The meal opened with the Pinot Grigio ‘Selezione’ 2017, a light a fresh Pinot Grigio which was well balanced by the rich and velvety smooth Foie Gras parfait and an intensely fruity pomegranate gel.

Elena Walch Wine Tasting Event at the Dove Restaurant - Foie Gras Parfait with Pomegranate Gel

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - First Course - Foie Gras Parfait with Pomegranate Gel

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant

Chardonnay Riserva Vigna ‘Castel Ringberg’ 2016 – Smokey Salmon Crudo / Horseradish Cream / Lemon Curd / Ikura Cones

The second course was a smokey salmon crudo. Perfectly paired with their Chardonnay Riserva Vigna ‘Castel Ringberg’ 2016 (named for the Renaissance castle built there). Not usually a huge fan of the Chardonnay grape variety, I enjoyed the subtle oaky taste which went wonderfully with the smokey fish and salty ikura pearls. The little bite of horseradish setting it off.

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Second Course - Smokey Salmon Crudo

Grand Cuvée ‘Beyond The Cloud’ 2016 – Fried Burrata / Textures of Pea / Dehydrated Olive / Red Onion

Course three introduced us to the jewel in the Elena Walch crown, their Chardonnay Grand Cuvée ‘Beyond the Cloud’ 2016. Featured in Wine Spectators Top 100 Italian Wines, this blend is the bottle they are perhaps most known for. And with good reason. 80% Chardonnay and 20% ‘a secret’, this was my favourite wine of the evening. Paired with a crisp fried burrata cheese and textures of pea, this was the wine and cheese of dreams.

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Third Course - Fried Burrata and Textures of Pea

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Third Course - Fried Burrata with Textures of Pea

Pinot Nero ‘Ludwig’ 2015 – Spiced Monk fish poached in Elena Walch Pinot Nero / Creamed Leek & Spinach

Course four brought out the first of the reds. A spiced red wine poached monk fish with their Pinot Nero ‘Ludwig’ 2015. I was pleasantly surprised by the red wine and fish combination and the Pinot Nero wasn’t overpowering. The firm and meaty texture of the monk fish working well with the lighter red wine.

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Fourth Course - Red Wine poached Monk Fish

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Fourth Course - Red Wine poached Monk Fish

Merlot Riserva Vigna ‘Kastelaz’ 2015 – Roast Venison Loin / Beetroot /  Truffle Pomme Purée

The main course showcased the Merlot Riserva Vigna ‘Kastelaz’ 2015 a velvety red that went deliciously with the roast venison loin and it’s accompanying earthy beetroot and truffle pomme purée.

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant - Fifth Course - Roast loin of Venison

Gewürztraminer ‘Concerto Grosso’ 2017 – Olive Oil Cake / Orange Ginger Gel / Vanilla Ice Cream / Candied Orange

Finally dessert and dessert wine! Not to be outdone by the reds preceding it, a fruity Gewürtztraminer ‘Concerto Grosso’ 2017. With beautifully floral notes and a powerful lychee flavour the Gewürtztraminer accompanied a moist olive oil cake, with a creamy vanilla ice cream and tangy orange ginger gel. The citrus notes of the gel and candied orange highlighting those in the sweet dessert wine.

We just about had enough time to finish up and enjoy an espresso before it was time to race for the ferry!

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant

Elena Walch Wine Tasting at the Dove Restaurant

Tonight we get to do it again at CocoMaya, Virgin Gorda. Same wines but a slightly different menu.

I’m looking forward to seeing what Chef Lee Cowie does with the pairings this time. Those of you I know that have booked your tickets are going to have an incredible evening.

Space at the CocoMaya event is extremely limited and may already be sold-out. Follow along on my Instagram stories if you would like to see more!

The Dove Restaurant is in central Road Town, Tortola.
Contact: +1 (284) 494 0313
Website: http://dove-restaurant.com/

 

Read previous Dove Restaurant post.

For more restaurant recommendations and information about the dining scene in the British Virgin Islands you can find my restaurant guide here.

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Sunday Brunch-ing at Sugar Mill

Sunday Brunch-ing at Sugar Mill

Now you guys know that I love a good brunch (why do I feel like I preface so many posts this way?). So when I got wind of the fact that Tramonti (the beach side restaurant at Sugar Mill Hotel, West End) was serving a cracking Sunday brunch offering, I was rabidly tenacious in my desire to get down there and try it out. And, a few weeks ago, that tenacity paid off and I was rewarded with a delightful few hours sat oceanside, enjoying good food and a good few cocktails.

Brunch at Sugar Mill BVI - beautiful outdoor seating on the beach

Now, I’m not going to say that I plan my Sunday’s around brunch… okay fine, I plan my Sunday’s around brunch. But a long brunch with great friends is certainly a highlight of my weekend. And a Sunday afternoon spent at Tramonti was a Sunday done right.

Sunday Brunch at the Sugar Mill BVI - views out over the water

We started off at the bar with a couple of mimosas while we waited for the rest of our party to arrive. Before moving out into the restaurant. It really is a charming spot. Right on the water with the waves crashing below you and the pelicans catching their lunch. The kitchen is open along the back wall of the restaurant. I love an open kitchen (I think because I’m nosy and it builds a certain anticipation as I await my food!)

Brunch at Sugar Mill BVI - Views from the bar across the beach

Brunch at the Sugar Mill BVI - Mimosas before sitting down for brunch

Brunch at the Sugar Mill BVI - charming restaurant with open kitchen

Sunday Brunch at Sugar Mill BVI - Tables right on the waterfront

The menu looked amazing with brunch dishes you won’t find anywhere else in the Territory (like the kipper dish or the kedgeree) nuzzled alongside standard brunch fare like burgers and eggs benedict. I deliberated a few options before selecting the avocado toast with poached eggs and bacon (the Pancho Villa). The others on my table went for the burger, the steak frites and one of the salads. The whole group of us were thrilled with our picks and service was friendly and quick.

Sunday Brunch at the Sugar Mill BVI - Delicious and varied menu

Sunday Brunch at the Sugar Mill BVI - Delicious and varied brunch menu

My avocado toast (the Pancho Villa) was served on a toasted flat bread with plenty of chunky crushed avocado and perfectly poached eggs.

The burger is served in a pita bread instead of the conventional burger bun, which makes it a little lighter with the focus being on the juicy meat patty and toppings rather than the bread. It was a hit!

The salad choice with Brie bacon and tart cranberries was also a tasty option.

Brunch at the Sugar Mill BVI - Juicy Breakfast Burger

Sunday Brunch at Sugar Mill BVI - Avocado toast with poached eggs and bacon

Sunday Brunch at Sugar Mill BVI

Sadly we were all too full for dessert this time. But I definitely want to return to try the sweets. I’ve heard big things about their dinner menu too, so it looks like I’ll have to head back, hopefully sooner rather than later!

If you want to know more about current dining options in the British Virgin Islands, check out my restaurant guide here – featuring this place and many other gems.

Sugar Mill Hotel and Restaurant is located in Apple Bay, West End, Tortola.
Contact: +1 (284) 342 0940 or +1 (284) 495 4355 to arrange a reservation.
Open 7 days a week for lunch or dinner.
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Definitive BVI Restaurant Guide – Restaurants To Visit (and for which occasion)

Definitive BVI Restaurant Guide – Restaurants To Visit (and for which occasion)

The definitive BVI restaurant guide - all the tips on where to eat in the BVI post-Irma

So you’ve booked your BVI holiday and you have a precious couple of weeks exploring the islands, but where should you be eating? The gastronomic scene has changed quite a bit post-Irma with many of our favourite restaurants sadly closing (at least temporarily) but, worry not, I’ve got you covered!

Below is my BVI restaurant guide, showcasing the BVIs finest dining establishments and offering my tips on which venues you should be eating at (and for which occasion…)

Please don’t be disheartened if one of your favourites is currently closed – most are working hard to get back on their feet, as soon as possible!

TORTOLA

For Dinner with the one you loveBrandywine Estate Restaurant, Tortola (+1 284 495 2301) ($$$)

Brandywine Estate’s new and improved location opens beginning of December 2018. They have kept the original footprint and style of the restaurant but the terrace area now has a sweeping wooden roof. Their renovations post-Irma are seriously impressive! Die-hard Brandywine fans will love what they have done with the place!

Start with cocktails on the terrace and enjoy views of neighboring islands across the channel as the sun sets – move into the restaurant to enjoy superb French cuisine on crisp white linens by candlelight with friendly service and finish your evening with coffees and digestifs in the garden, a game of pétanque and (hopefully) a kiss. Read more.

Eat: the oysters, the duck starter three ways and the classic steak frites

Drink: champagne

Now also introducing ‘THE ROOFTOP BY BRANDYWINE’ (opened May 2018) a gorgeous rooftop sister-location (the clue was in the name) right in the middle of Road Town. A happening lunch spot and the ideal place for a happy hour drink and snack. Serving tasty tapas dishes alongside many of their old favourites. With the exception of a brief closure until August 14th, Rooftop by Brandywine will be open for the summer – open Tuesday through Saturday.

Eat: all the small plates (the tempura shrimp and the moules gratinée are my personal favourites)

Drink: Rosé by the bottle


The definitive BVI restaurant guide - all the tips on where to eat in the BVI post-Irma

For Sunday Brunch Tramonti at the Sugar Mill Hotel, Tortola – (+1 284 495 4355) ($$)

Overlooking Apple Bay as you head out West you’ll find Tramonti, the beach side restaurant at the Sugar Mill Hotel, and that is where you need to be going for Sunday brunch. A varied brunch menu in a beautiful ocean-front location is a real treat for a Sunday afternoon. Featuring items that you won’t find anywhere else in the BVI (his lordship’s kipper and the kedgeree are prime examples) we wiled away several hours watching the pelicans fish while enjoying delicious food and a few mimosas and mary’s. (I’m keen to get back and try their dinner menu too). Read More.

Eat: the pancho villa (avocado toast with poached eggs and bacon)

Drink: bubbles

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Photos by The Barefoot Angel

For Authentic Caribbean Food – D’Coal Pot, Tortola (+1 284 495 4998) ($$)

Head out West along the coast road to Carrot Bay to find D’Coal Pot. A large restaurant pressed right up against the sea with a casual feel. D’Coal Pot serves up the best authentic West Indian fare and offers good value for money.

Eat: their famous ginger wine chicken, the shrimp roti or the steak

Drink: rum punch

For the Best Pizza – The Watering Hole, Tortola (on Friday nights) (+1 284 346 5950) ($$)

Paper thin and perfectly crispy bases topped with wonderfully creative combinations (if you’re looking for a ham and pineapple pizza you’re sh*t out of luck, heathen!)* are turned out quickly for the hungry happy hour masses on a Friday evening at the Watering Hole. Right in the middle of town and walking distance from everyone’s offices this place can get hot and heaving but is totally worth it! Get there around 5pm in order to grab a seat.

Eat: the Piggly Wiggly

Drink: whatever you want – it’s Friday night!

For a Completely Unique Evening – The North Shore Shell Museum, Tortola (+1 284 495 4714) ($$)

Find the North Shore Shell Museum tucked away in Carrot Bay, but ensure you call ahead and make a reservation (or else you might well find them closed.) Go upstairs and check out the shells and then go down to enjoy your dinner complete with live fungi music – pick your instrument (I like to play the washboard bass or the TV, myself) and immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind Caribbean experience, ideal for the more adventurous traveler.

Eat: whatever they’re serving that night, menu changes daily

Drink: soursop daiquiris

North Shore Shell Museum

Photo by The Barefoot Angel

For Friday Night in Town – Cabernet, Tortola (+1 284 494 8660) ($$$)

Almost directly across from the ferry dock and smack-bang in the middle of town is Cabernet. Popular for lunch, happy hour and in the evenings Cabernet has you covered. They have a beer garden vibe with picnic tables and palm trees outside and casual table service inside. Much of the food is grilled outside on their big oil drum BBQs so expect to start feeling hungry as soon as they start cooking.

Eat: the escargot and the croque madame

Drink: the huge selection of IPAs

EDIT: Cabernet suffered damage due to Hurricane Irma and has not yet been rebuilt, although I have spotted works starting… Any update as to when it will re-open will be posted here as soon as I hear more. 

For the freshest local ingredientsLady Sarah’s Farms, Tortola (+1 (284) 541 8011) ($$)

Conveniently located in Road Town at the end of Main Street (the end closest to the hospital) this charming and comfortable little eatery is serving up fantastic lunches with farm fresh ingredients. Salt Island fish cakes share the menu with creamy lobster mac and cheese and the homemade juices and lemonades (served with a stick of sugar-cane) are to-die-for! Menus change daily so there is always something new to try. Leave room for a sweet treat from the bakery or take it to go! Read more.

Eat: the bang bang conch and the lobster mac and cheese

Drink: the watermelon lemonade or the lemongrass and ginger tea

The definitive BVI restaurant guide - all the tips on where to eat in the BVI post-Irma

Photo by The Barefoot Angel

VIRGIN GORDA

For A GroupCocoMaya, Virgin Gorda (+1 284 495 6344) ($$$)

A stunning beachfront location with delicious tapas-style sharing plates and an inventive cocktail menu makes for the perfect setting for dinner with friends. Enjoy a taste of everything! Get there for in time for sunset by the fire pit and make sure you have a turn on the swings.

Eat: the tacos, the fried rice and the dulce de leche cheesecake

Drink: elderflower and jalapeño margaritas

CocoMaya will be open all summer operating on a Tuesday – Sunday schedule. 


 

For A Sunday FundaySaba Rock, North Sound (+1 284 495 9966) ($$)

Enjoy the 7-minute boat ride from Gun Creek over to Saba Rock Resort (ferries run at 45 minutes past the hour) and enjoy a laid-back lunch with gorgeous views of the North Sound and all the kite-boarders zipping across. Stay to watch the tarpon feeding at happy hour and make sure to check out the gift shop before you leave.

Eat: the lobster and cheese panini

Drink: the Rock Saba Mule in their signature engraved copper mug

EDIT: Unfortunately Saba Rock was damaged during Hurricane Irma and remains closed until further notice – there are rumours of redevelopment and a very tentative whisper of a March 2019 re-opening.  I will update you, as and when they get confirmed. 


For a Special Day Out – Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda (info@oilnutbay.com) ($$$)

For a pampered day full of great food, cocktails and lounging by the pool, it doesn’t get much better than time spent at Oil Nut Bay. Email them to organise a reservation and your boat pick-up from Gun Creek before heading over to enjoy their beautiful resort, attentive service and tasty treats. Oil Nut Bay has only recently started accepting reservations for outside guests, so you should make the most of it. It is well worth the trip! Read More.

Eat: The Off the Cliff Burger, the Oil Nut Bay Pizza, or the Lobster Salad (or split them with a friend)

Drink: The Pineapple Pimms Cup (it has pieces of rum soaked pineapple in it that really pack a punch)

Oil Nut Bay re-opened in mid-October following their summer break. From December 2018 their new Marina facilities will be available to outside guests. 

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Photos by The Barefoot Angel

For Lunch with a View – Hog Heaven, Virgin Gorda (+1 284 547 5964) ($$)

Perched in the hills overlooking the North Sound and reopened in May 2018, Hog Heaven enjoys some of the most spectacular views of Leverick Bay, Necker, Moskito, Prickly Pear and Eustatia – and on clear days you can see all the way to Anegada. Super breezy (and often quite chilly) Hog Heaven makes for the most picturesque lunch spot. Known for their ribs with a (phenomenal) sticky BBQ, ginger glaze – enjoy them with creamy coleslaw and fried plantain.

Eat: the ribs

Drink: the frozen rum smoothies

The definitive BVI restaurant guide - all the tips on where to eat in the BVI post-Irma

For a weekend Brunch on Virgin Gorda – Top of the Baths Restaurant, Virgin Gorda (+1 (284) 495 5497) ($$)

For a breakfast, lunch or brunch on the weekend you can usually find me up at Top of the Baths! Friendly service, breakfast favourites and mimosas lure me back time and time again. The views aren’t half bad either. Make sure to bring your swimmers as there’s a little pool to cool off in after your hike through the boulders (you know, to work up your appetite). Oh, and if you miss breakfast (served until 11.00 am) the lunches are also delicious – fresh sushi and salads alongside sandwiches and all the lunch staples.

Eat: the Tunisian eggs or the amaretto French toast (get a side of bacon, you know you want to!)

Drink: mimosas… (it is brunch time, afterall)

The definitive BVI restaurant guide - all the tips on where to eat in the BVI post-Irma

The definitive BVI restaurant guide - all the tips on where to eat in the BVI post-Irma

Photos by The Barefoot Angel

For a varied menuBath and Turtle Restaurant, Virgin Gorda (+1 (284) 495 5239) ($$$)

Only footsteps from the dock in Spanish Town is a leafy courtyard oasis serving up delicious food and luscious libations. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the amalgamation of Bath and Turtle, Chez Bamboo and Rendezvous Bar are now all found behind that bamboo facade, and all the fan favourites are on the menu. Homemade pizzas, fresh sushi, steak, salads and tasty fish dishes can all be found on their varied menu. Rose is ever the attentive host, the service is great and there are nights with live music.

Eat: the Asian light bites and tasty sushi rolls

Drink: Whatever the bartender recommends

For a Breakfast BuffetBitter End Yacht Club, North Sound (+1 284 494 2746) ($$$)

As an occasional treat I’ve been known to visit the Sunday buffet at the Clubhouse Restaurant at BEYC. Catch the boat from Gun Creek (boats leave at half past the hour) and spend a couple of hours feasting on their bountiful brunch buffet with a range of options, from salads, cheese and cold cuts, through the breakfast favourites and finishing with a selection of desserts, all for $45 including mimosas.

Eat: all of it…

Drink: bottomless mimosas

EDIT: Bitter End Yacht Club suffered catastrophic damage during Hurricane Irma – there is no word yet on when rebuilding might start on the property and it remains closed until further notice. There is speculation as to a March 2019 re-opening of the marina and restaurant areas. 

JOST VAN DYKE

For the Best Burger – Corsairs, Jost Van Dyke (+1 284 495 9294) ($$)

Re-opened since the hurricane in May 2018, and looking a little bit different, in their brand new building Corsairs is back! Operating a limited menu but still home to strong drinks and damn good food, be sure to pay them a visit when coming over to Jost Van Dyke. I certainly will be, just as soon as I can! Read More.

Eat: whatever they have made that night (keep your fingers crossed it’s the smoked ribs)

Drink: rum

The definitive BVI restaurant guide - all the tips on where to eat in the BVI post-Irma

Photo by The Barefoot Angel

For lunch on Jost – One Love, Jost van Dyke ($$)

When you first arrive on the pristine shores of White Bay it is very tempting to head straight to Soggy Dollar (indeed you should for your first Painkiller) and camp out there for the afternoon. But, when lunch time comes and you find yourself getting peckish, I urge you to wander away from the crowds and down the beach to One Love. For the freshest seafood (and when you go out back and see the catch you’ll know what I mean), the best value lobster** and rum drinks as strong as you can handle (they’ll sometimes let you pour it yourself) One Love is hard to beat. The eclectic decor and live music is a bonus.

Top tip: Ask the bartender for a magic trick – the slight of hand is impressive.

Eat: the shrimp or lobster** quesadilla

Drink: all of the rum

OTHER ISLANDS

For a Meal out on the Water The Willy-T, Great Harbour Peter Island (+1 284 340 8603) ($$)

Following irreparable damage to their old boat during Hurricane Irma – the Willy-T is finally back! Bigger and better than ever (re-opened June 2nd 2018) and now floating at their new mooring at Peter Island’s Great Harbour. If you’ve ever visited the BVI, or even researched it as a holiday destination, I am sure that the Willy-T needs little to no introduction…

Eat: the catch of the day (the Willy-T gets the freshest fish from the fishermen on their way home, or caught by owner Ewan himself)

Drink: the shotski…

The definitive BVI restaurant guide - all the tips on where to eat in the BVI post-Irma

Photo by The Barefoot Angel (This is an extremely old picture on the old Willy-T, but you get the idea…)

For all the Rum… (and some tasty food too)Cooper Island Beach Club and Cooper Island Rum Bar, Cooper Island (+1 284 345 6725) ($$$)

Calling all sailors… Set in a beautiful eco-resort on Cooper Island you’ll find a rum bar stocking enough different rums to suit all pirate tastes. Choose your libation from a huge menu of rums from around the globe, sit and learn all about them from the experienced and informative bar staff. But it’s not just the rum! Cooper Island Beach Club also makes all its own beer and the restaurant serves up fantastic meals. There is something for everyone. I still need t o try out their dinner menu… Read More.

Eat: the fish and chips

Drink: the rum (obviously…) and the affogato with the salted caramel ice cream (for an extra special experience add a shot of the coffee rum… you’re welcome!)

Cooper Island Beach Club re-opened on October 25th, 2018 following their summer break. 

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Photos by The Barefoot Angel

There are so many great restaurants in the Territory and I know that you’re going to have a fantastic trip, but these are just a few of my hand-picked favourites.

While I appreciate that most people don’t plan entire trips around their restaurant reservations in quite the same way that I do – hopefully my tips still prove helpful. I will be working hard to keep this post updated, as and when restaurants re-open following the hurricane.

Whew, that was a long post! Any that you feel I’ve overlooked?

 

* I have really strong opinions about pineapple on pizza which I refuse to apologise for…

**fresh lobster available in season.

All images sourced from their respective restaurants unless otherwise specified.

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