1.3.13

 

Attention Food, Wine, and Skiing Aficionados!

Announcing:

Il Buco Courchevel – A Culinary Ski Adventure

 

 

 
Join restaurant Owner Donna Lennard, il Buco Chef Joel Hough and

 

 

il Buco Alimentari & Vineria Chef Justin Smillie, and

 

Wine Director Roberto Paris on a Culinary Ski Adventure

 

 

The il Buco team is offering a luxury, culinary vacation to Courchevel in the French Alps
 - a food and wine adventure in one of the world's most acclaimed ski destinations,
 for one week bookings between January through March 2014

click here to contact us for more detailed information

 

 

 

A luxurious trip...

 

 

Restaurant owner Donna Lennard and her husband Luca Boniciolli will lead guests on aworld-class, one-of-a-kind ski trip, paired with il Buco's acclaimed cuisine and outstanding wines

Guests are invited to stay in one of the resort's luxurious ski chalets where rustic Italian fare will be prepared by il Buco's Chef Joel Hough and il Buco Alimentari & Vineria Chef Justin Smillie.

 

Wine pairings and tastings will be led by Wine Director Roberto Paris.

 

Boniciolli, a world-class skier, will lead ski excursions through the Trois Vallées of Courchevel

  

 

How it works

 

 

 

Guests can form their own group of 8 to 12 people at a date of their choosing
or join a group of other il Buco aficionados to fill a chalet. Three different levels of chalet
are available ranging from 50,000 - 150,000 euros/week, depending on the class of chalet
 and the dates. This price includes room and board for the week for the entire group.

The trip will be highly personalized and tailored to guest preferences. A typical day
 might include a late morning ski with Luca and lunch in a Michelin-starred restaurant
 tucked into the slopes. Or guests might opt for a day without skiing, waking up to breakfast
 from il Buco's chef, indulging in morning yoga, and shopping in the bustling village of Courchevel. Guests might spend a day with Luca exploring one of the many surrounding valleys that begin just outside their door or take a helicopter to Chamonix to ski the Vallée Blanche.

 

 

In the evenings, guests can choose to indulge in a wine tasting with il Buco's Wine Director or
enjoy an aperitif in one of the many chic après-ski destinations in Courchevel. Afterwards, they
might come home to a massage and sauna before an early cocktail hour, while il Buco's chef
prepares a grand meal of the freshest, local ingredients paired with outstanding wines. After a
cozy dinner around the fireplace, guests could choose to go into town to visit one of Courchevel's
famous nightspots - or call it a night. In-house cooking lessons and private wine tastings will
also be available to guests in the comfort of their chalet.

 


2.14.12

Congratulations

 

 

to our sister restaurant, il Buco Alimentari & Vineria, on their 3-star review in the New York Times!!

 

 

Come try our fantastic selection of house-cured salumi at both restaurants!