Tom Miesen back at MLH for a Wine and Cheese Pairing evening
Friday, 28 February 2014 00:00
Tom Miesen Gastronomie op Maat, a company behind over 30 years of experience hidden in the field of gastronomy in the broadest sense of the word and in particular cheese and wine, now visits MLH once again on 8 March 2014.
He is definitely no stranger to the Limburg gastronomy and indeed to Sri Lanka. He delivers his cheeses and wines renowned hospitality businesses. Other companies and individuals like to make use of his services and expertise and know how to find when it comes to delivering cheese platters, cheese trays, quality wines and gifts.
On 30 April 2005 he performed at the invitation of the Dutch community in Thailand at the world famous Oriental Hotel in Bangkok for 300 persons cheese dessert during the gala dinner held on the occasion of the Queen and the twenty-fifth anniversary office of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.
In April 2011, he was invited by the Mount Lavinia Hotel, to be the Cheese connoisseur for the Dutch Food Festival, offering a wide selection of local cheeses. In 2012 he was again invited there to care for several workshops cheese and wine for the staff. Also a great wine and cheese tasting followed by a dinner based on the Dutch gastronomy was on the program.
The selection of cheeses by Tom Miesen Gastronomie Op Maat consists of more than 200 species from different countries, including the Netherlands, France, Spain, England, Italy and Belgium. Region Cheeses for example from the Ardennes and the Pays d’ Herve play an important role. For a cheese platter for you at home, is Tom Miesen the best designated address.
The more than 125 wines in the assortment of Tom Miesen Gastronomie op Maat delivered as well to individuals as to the hospitality industry.
Outside a large assortment of French wines he sells inclusive wines from Italy, Spain, Portugal, Argentina and Chile. His love for special wines does not hide him or benches. He imports inclusive successfully wines of Cave Vinicole Hunawihr (Alsace), Cantine Ferri (Puglia) and Loire wines.