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This autumn Square Meal readers are invited to a very special seven-course wine-tasting dinner at Hakkasan to sample Yalumba wines matched with
Michelin-starred Chinese food.
Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family-owned winery and that heritage shows itself in an outstanding range of white and red wines. The Hakkasan event, hosted by Louisa Rose, head of winemaking at
Yalumba and Hill Smith Family Vineyards, will be a chance for diners to taste some exceptional Yalumba wine and hear about Rose’s winemaking philosophy first-hand.
Hakkasan’s award-winning wine buyer Christine Parkinson has helped to devise the wine pairings to accompany the six-course menu. Diners can look forward to exceptional wines - from a 2009 vintage
of Yalumba's flagship white wine, the elegant The Virgilius Viognier (served with jasmine-tea smoked chicken) and a breezy 2011 Pewsey Vale Eden Valley Riesling (paired with lip-smacking
salt-and-pepper squid), to a superbly aged 2002 Reserve Cabernet Shiraz (matched with roasted silver cod with Champagne and Chinese honey).
Tickets to this exclusive event cost £100 per person. For more information or to book, email Valerie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read more about Yalumba wines.
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