Monday. 29 April. 2013. 10:02 am
New wine pairing menu at Wanchai’s hottest restaurant.
Wine lovers are familiar with the brand Riedel. A glass company established since 1756, Riedel has been a pioneer in the creation of the perfect vessel to wine appreciation, and is synonymous with world of fine wines.
Collaborating with Madame Sixty Ate, Riedel has extended their knowledge of the nose to the test. Along with Chef Shaun Anthony, the five course Flavour degustation dinner will be presented as a magical journey with the goal of enhancing your dining experience through the senses of aroma and taste.
Wednesday. 21 November. 2012. 10:00 am
A complete wine and food pairing service.
We love a new idea on how to sell wine! Ginsberg & Chan wine merchants has come up with a new idea for Hong Kong. Now we all know about food and wine pairing and while most wine merchants will consult with you on what to buy based on what you are going to eat, Ginsberg & Chan has taken it a step further with the launch of Dinner Set Wines.
Monday. 25 June. 2012. 12:51 pm
Put aside the red for one night and embrace Scotch whiskey.
The Glenlivet and St. George, the signature fine dining restaurant at historical heritage hotel Hullett House, offer a unique and innovative taste of the finer things in life with their The Glenlivet X Hullett House St. George Cheese Pairing Dinner.
Tuesday. 17 January. 2012. 10:34 am
Macaron and port pairing.
Award-winning executive pastry chef Herve Lemonon from the Cake Shop at the Mandarin Macau makes a mean macaron. This time around, we’re pairing his delicious coffee macaron with port.
Tuesday. 10 January. 2012. 9:37 am
Which wines go best with chilli dishes?
Winebuzz.hk contributor Tersina Shieh gives us the lowdown.
No doubt you have heard someone (probably a westerner) saying that off-dry wines go well with spicy Asian dishes because they “tone down” the spiciness to make the food more palatable. But hang on a second – is that what we Chinese (or Asians, especially South Asians!) want – to eat spicy dishes without that fiery or numbing sensation we all know and love?