WASHINGTON, Nov 30 (Reuters)- From Maine lobster to California red wines, President Joe Biden will showcase the flavors of America at a state supper on Thursday for French President Emmanuel Macron. Biden and his partner, Jill, and Macron and his other half, Brigitte, are to gather with their guests in a pavilion established on the South Lawn of the White House for the focal point event of the first state visit hosted by Biden given that he took workplace in early 2021. The menu will include some American specializeds, butter poached lobster from Maine, American Osetra caviar, and beef and potatoes followed by cheeses from Oregon, California and Wisconsin. All this will be cleaned down by white wines from California -Newton “Unfiltered” Chardonnay and Anakota”Knights Valley”Cabernet Sauvignon, in addition to a California champagne with French roots, Roederer Estate Brut Rose.
The dessert will include Orange chiffon cake and roasted pears with citrus sauce in addition to”creme fraiche ice cream.” Serving American-made wine to official French visitors is not original to Biden. Donald Trump served Macron a”Domaine Serene”Chardonnay from Oregon, grown from plants from Dijon, France, and an Oregon Pinot Noir from the”Domaine Drouhin”winery that traces its roots to Burgundy in the 1880s. Barack Obama served French President François Hollande a Chardonnay from a Virginia’s Thibaut-Janisson Winery, established by two French natives. Reporting By Steve Holland and Heather Timmons; Modifying by Sandra Maler Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Concepts.