Wine importer unveils 19th century wine dinner priced at HK$108,000

10th August, 2018 by Natalie Wang

Hong Kong-based wine importer The Fine Wine Experience has unveiled arguably the most expensive wine dinner in the city at HK$108,000 (US$13,800) a head, featuring a lineup of 14 rare bottles from the 19th century, including a few pre-phylloxera wines from Bordeaux and Burgundy.

Fine Wine Experience unveiled an unrivaled lineup of wines from 19th century

The dinner scheduled for October will feature at least four pre-phylloxera wines, two from Burgundy’s venerable estate Bouchard Père & Fils in Beaune, and another two from Bordeaux – the 1865 vintage of Bordeaux first growth Château Lafite Rothschild and third growth Chateau Giscours, in addition to wines over 100 years old from Château Latour and Château d’Yquem.

Phylloxera devasted European vineyards in late 1800s, forcing vineyards….

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One Response to “Wine importer unveils 19th century wine dinner priced at HK$108,000”

  1. johnny chan says:

    If, no one seems to be sure of the taste of the wine, how are the chefs going to prepare the foods…

    In vino veritas.

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