The kitchen at Odd Fellow Palace is based on good taste and ingredients in season. We always consider sustainability, less food waste and organic products. As mush as possible we find our products locally and organically.
Our menus are made with the season in mind. So we always use fresh, seasonal products, prepared with love and of high quality.
In the seasonal menu we will use the best ingredients that the season has to offer.
In our game menu we strive to work with game from the Danish forests.
And the vegetable menu is our bid on a vegetarian alternative.
The menu can be freely composed among the different dishes from the current season.
The wines in this wine list are to be thought as, as an upgrade to the house’s wines. All the prices in this wine list come in addition to the original menu prices. In the wine list you will find a wide selection of sparkling wines, red wines, white wines, dessert wines, rosé wine and Champagne.
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We have carefully selected wines for our wine list with a focus on sustainability, biodynamic cultivation and organic produce.
The prices of these wines are per person and are in addition to the menu price.
Maison Albert Sounit, Caprice – Blanc de Blancs Brut, Burgundy, Côte Chalonnaise
Grapes: Chardonnay, Chenin, Colombard & Ugni-Blanc
Blanc de Blanc’s brut is sustainably produced, it has a bright golden colour and a lively mousse. The scent is aromatic, fruity and very rich. It is soft and rounded in taste, with good fullness and nerve.
Maison Albert Sounit, Caprice – Rosé Brut, Burgundy, Côte Chalonnaise
Grapes: Gamay, Grenache Noir & Merlot
Caprice Rosé Brut is sustainably produced and has a beautiful, delicate rosé color. It has a lively, persistent mousse. The scent has the delicate shades of red berries, which also follow the taste. The aftertaste is quite rich with appetizing tones and a charming style.
Henri Giraud, Esprit Nature, Champagne, Aÿ
Grapes: 80% Pinot Noir & 20% Chardonnay
Esprit de Giraud is sustainably produced. It’s an impressive Champagne with a fine, present mousse, and a richness, dominated by red berries and dried apricots that, accompanied by a sophisticated and structural minerality, elevates the overall experience.
Château Beaupré, d2 Rosé, Coteaux d’Aix-En-Provence 2019
Grapes: 70% Grenache, 20% Carignan and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon
The rosé wine is sustainably produced, it is youthful, but still a classic rosé wine when it comes to fresh, immediate, drink-ready, delicate rosé wines. It is beautiful in colour – towards the pink more than orange, which also indicates fruity freshness. Fresh and soft in taste and with lasting aftertaste. The key words must be peach, apricot, melon and wild herbs.
Raimat, Clamor – Blanco, Costers del Segre 2018
Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Xarello
Raimat Clamor Blanco is sustainably produced and is a delicious, inviting white wine that smells and tastes fine of peach, melon, nectarines and of course citrus. Perfect, well produced and very “easy” white wine that can be enjoyed for everything – by all.
Le Bistro de Montmija, Blanc, Vin de Pays d’Oc NV
Grapes: Grenache Blanc, Roussanne and Sauvignon Blanc
Le Bistro is a fresh and crisp organic white wine from southern France. The wine has a bright golden color and refreshing aroma of citrus and white flowers. The taste is very fresh with a pleasant acidity and notes of citrus, green apples and a snare of white pepper.
Elegance 43.74 North, Chardonnay, Vin de Pays d’Oc 2018
Elegance 43, 74 North Chardonnay is organically produced and has a straw yellow color with a greenish tinge. The bouquet is dominated by apricot, vanilla and a touch of cinnamon. The wine is semi-light, lightly creamy and with shades of peach, pineapple and vanilla.
Menade, Verdejo, Rueda 2019
Menade Verdejo is organically produced and is a class example of the characteristics of the variety – herbaceous notes combined with gooseberries, kiwi and passion fruit. The wine is supported by a refreshing and firming acidity, as well as a fine, soft-mouthed minerality.
Riffel, Riesling Trocken, Rheinhessen 2018
Riesling Trocken is organically produced. It is a dry, charming and uncomplicated wine with an excellent freshness. In both fragrance and taste there is a good portion of citrus, lime and pineapple in addition to an underlying minerality and mouthwatering acid that calls for the next sip.
Domini Del Leone, Pinot Grigio delle Venezia, Veneto 2019
Grape: Pinot Grigio
Domini del Leone’s Pinot Grigio is medium bodied, dry and crisp, with fresh aromatic notes of pear and apple, with underlying floral notes. The elements recur in the taste, which is quite mineral and thus extremely versatile in terms of gastronomic contexts.
La Motte, Private Cellar – Sauvignon Blanc, Franschhoek 2019
Grapes: 95% Sauvignon Blanc and 5% Semillon
La Motte’s Sauvignon Blanc is sustainably produced and has a beautiful straw golden colour with a green tinge. Distinct bouquet of green apples and shades of wild grass, but also traces of sweet melons. A long and refreshing taste with a high fruit acidity content that gives the wine a fresh and lively character with a slightly flinty
Chapoutier, Domaine des Granges de Mirabel, Ardèche, Rhône 2018
Chapoutier has produced this wine on biodynamically grown grapes (certified by Ecocert SAS 32600). About 20% of the wine has aged in oak barrels. The grapes are only picked when they are slightly overripe, to give the wine extra intensity. Yellow-green color and flattering bouquet of acacia honey as well as violets. The taste is soft and pleasant with shades of ripe fruits.
Clos Henri, Petit Clos – Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough 2018
Grape: Sauvignon Blanc
Clos Henris Petit Clos is an organically grown wine with underlying chalk and flint notes, classic, rich Sauvignon Blanc fruit with gooseberries, citrus fruit and green peppers, kept in perfect balance of a nice acidity. The wine binds in the finest way the rankness and elegance of the old world, together with the fruit and pondus of the new world.
Le Bistro de Montmija, Rouge, Vin de Pays d’Oc NV
Grapes: Merlot, Carignan and Syrah
The wine has an intense purple color and an aroma of blackcurrant, blackberries and licorice. The wine is fresh with inviting bouquet of fresh dark berries and southern French spices. The taste is juicy and lively with soft tannins, beautiful notes of dark berries, licorice, and spices a long fruity aftertaste.
Rebel, Syrah – Horse Heaven Hill, Washington State 2018
Rebel Syrah is velvety and full-bodied. Here, all hard edges are sanded off, so the sun-ripened fruit can gush out in all its glory. An intense, fruity and gently rounded wine featuring dark and red berry fruits such as blackcurrants, blackberries and raspberries. In the aftertaste, the wine has a piquant spicy touch of white pepper.
Sessola, Appassimento, Puglien 2018
Grapes: 60% Negroamaro 25% Primitivo and 15% Merlot
Sessola is organically grown and is a typical Appassimento wine from Puglien with all the qualities that make this type of wine so popular. Deep cherry color in the glass. In the bouquet you will find dark chocolate with a touch of vanilla. The taste is strong, with Negroamaro’s rustic taste supplied by Primitivo’s plum hues and Merlot giving fruit and fine soft tannin to the wine.
Elegance 43.74 North, Pinot Noir, Vin de Pays d’Oc 2019
Grape: Pinot Noir
Elegance 43, 74 North, Pinot Noir is organically grown. It an elegant wine with a medium rich taste with tones of black cherries and a touch of leather, roasted coffee beans and blackcurrants.
Viña Pomal, Vino Ecológico Rioja, Alta 2017
The wine is organically grown and beautiful cherry-coloured. The bouquet is intense with tones of vanilla and cocoa. The taste is rich, lots of fruit with plum and blackberries. These flavours of fruit are finely combined with vanilla from the oak barrels and elegant soaked tannins that give the wine a nice balance.
Domini Del Leone, Valpolicella, Veneto 2017
Grapes: Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella
Domini del Leone’s Valpolicella has an intense ruby red color. The scent is flattering with aromas of red fruits and subtle spices. The taste is more dry and slimr compared to what is most often presented in a Valpolicella. The classic cherry flavours dominate the taste, which is both fresh and well structured.
Clos Henri, Petit Clos – Pinot Noir, Marlborough 2018
Grape: Pinot Noir
Petit Clos, Pinot Noir is organically grown and has fragrance and flavorful floral notes of lavender and dried rose petals, as well as red berries with spicy undertones. It is elegantly balanced, with a good acidity, rounded tannins and a lightly smoked touch from the oak barrels.
Château des Jacques, Morgon, Beaujolais 2017
This wine is biodynamically grown and it has a deep, beautiful color and aromas of walnut and small red berries, which will, moreover, let the wine develop beautifully over many years. Very dark wine with the understated nose of blackberries. The mouth is spicy, heavy and even with slightly rattling tannins.
M. Chapoutier, Crozes-Hermitage – Les Meysonniers, Rhône Nord 2018
M. Chapoutiers Les Meysonniers is organically grown and has a very intense purple color and a bouquet of red fruits, like blackcurrants and raspberries with a snarl of violets. The taste is rich and round with an aftertaste of fruit compote and vanilla.
Château Durfort-Vivens – 2. Cru Classé, Bordeaux, Margaux 2017
Grapes: 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Merlot and 6% Cabernet Franc
The style of wine is noble with a clean and perfect expression of the bell-ready Margaux-terroir. This means fresh bouquet with classic blackcurrant, licorice and violet, complimented by pepper, vanilla and an over-all classy minerality. Structure, elegance and power are key words. The wine is produced primarily at Cabernet Sauvignon, about 75% and the rest is Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Oak aged 18 to 20 months in small French barrels, of which 30 – 50% is brand new.
M. Chapoutier, Banyuls, Roussillon 2017 (50 cl)
This Banyuls is sustainably grown and has a maroon colour with a light orange tinge and an overwhelming pagan bouquet – almost like a mix between port wine and madeira. It has a sweetness-filled, ‘bold’ and fresh flavor, which contains a myriad of shades that evoke memories of both ruby port wine, spices and nuts.
Château de Ricaud, Bordeaux, Loupiac 2016
Incredibly intense and tasty dessert wine, which in style is best comparable to Sauternes, but in a completely different price range. The wine is sustainably produced and has an intense, aromatic bouquet that opens up against light notes of orange and lemon. Rich wine with an echo of flavours from the scent – very nice line between nose and mouth. Perfect balance in acidity and sweetness.
Riffel, Riesling Auslese, Scharlachberg, Rheinhessen, 2018 (37.5 cl)
Riffels Risling Auslese is organically grown. Ripe apricots and peaches characterise the scent and flavor of this little sweet-filled pearl, but the wine is complex and filled to breaking point with flattering hues of fragrance and flavour.