Le Duèze, Château de Mercuès
Over the summer, the hotel and wine estate Château de Mercuès in south-west France announced the completion of the one-million-Euro refurbishment of its Michelin-starred restaurant Le Duèze. Since closing in November 2017 the dining room and kitchen has undergone a transformation directed by heritage architect Axel Letellier. As well as new décor and furnishings, including a modern droplet chandelier by Italian designer Vibia, the newly opened restaurant now features a chef’s table, bringing diners into the newly designed kitchen for experiential meals in which dishes encompass regional produce such as black truffle. You can opt for a seven-course tasting menu.