Indulge in an exclusive wine pairing dinner (HKD550 + 10%) with Germany’s 69th Wine Queen, Katharina Staab, on 13th June Wednesday. Katharina will share her wine knowledge & introduce hand-picked German wines over a 4-course dinner.
The evening will begin at 7:00pm with Canapés at the outdoor terrace overlooking the Victoria harbour and dinner will begin at 7:30pm.
The 4-Course Dinner Menu featuring Thai & Indian delicacies and four elegant German Wines such as Riesling and Pinot Noir from Philipp Kuhn, one of Germany’s most acclaimed winery.
– Fresh Rice Paper Roll with Soft Shell Crab
– Pomelo & Prawn Salad
– Tandoori Salmon in Yogurt, Dill, Fennel, Honey & Mustard
Philipp Kuhn, Riesling ‘Tradition’ 2017 (dry), Pfalz (Character: The wine reveals intensive aroma of apple, citrus, quince and yellow stone fruits. The palate shows great finesse, crisp acidity and an elegant finish.)
*Main Course: Seafood*
– Prawn in Egg Cream Curry served with Steamed Rice
Kühling-Gillot, Riesling ‘Qvinterra’ 2016 (dry/off-dry), Rheinhessen (Character: A wonderfully charming Riesling showing great interplay of acidity, residual sugar and ripe fruit. Very juicy with superb drinking flow and a fine creaminess on the finish.)
*Main Course: Meat*
– Lamb Bhuna Gosht: Roasted pieces of tender lamb, enriched with fresh ground herbs & spices served with Gralic Naan
Philipp Kuhn, Pinot Noir/Spätburgunder ‘Tradition’ 2015, Pfalz (Character: A stunning and stylish Pinot Noir which combines finesse, structure and aromatic depth. Lots of dark fruits, spice, polished tannins and savoury juiciness make this one of the very best village level Pinot Noirs in Germany.)
– Thai Mango Sticky Rice & Kulfi (Homemade Indian Ice Cream flavored with Cardamom)
Karl Erbes, Ürziger Würzgarten Riesling Spätlese 2015 (Character: Exotic, spicy aromas and a mesmerizing earthiness. This Spätlese (late harvest) is “Würzgarten style” at its best! 89P Wine Advocate.)
Seats are limited! RSVP now. For enquiries, call 2827 7777 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Wine Queen:
Germany’s 69th Wine Queen, Katharina, 27-year-old wine expert, come from Oberhausen, Nahe. She was raised on her family’s winery, lived in Canada as an Au-Pair, studied business in the Great Wine Capital of Mainz and wrote her Master’s degree in Lissabon. Katharina accomplished internships in Prague and London. When she was spending time in foreign countries that she found out how much she enjoys to work as an wine ambassador for her country of origin.