March Wine Dinners @ InterContinental Hong Kong
InterContinental Hong’s celebrated restaurants are presenting two wine dinners in March – a Weingut St. Urbans-Hof Riesling Wine Dinner with 3rd generation owner Nik Weis at NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong on Thursday, March 9 and a Masi Agricola Venetian Wine Dinner at the 2-Michelin star Yan Toh Heen on Friday, March 10.
NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong Weingut St. Urbans-Hof
Riesling Wine Dinner
Thursday, March 9, 2017
8-course dinner menu: HK$1,238 per person (menu only)
Wine pairing package (inclusive of six Weingut St. Urbans-Hof wines): HK$350 per person
Nik Weis, the 3rd generation winemaker of Weingut St. Urbans-Hof Winery, will personally present 8 styles of his winery’s Riesling wines, from bone-dry, Kabinett, Spatlese and Auslese to Eiswein, Based on the wines’ various wine characters, NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong Executive Chef Sean Mell and Executive Sushi Chef Kazanari Araki have created an exclusive pairing menu to showcase the diversity of Nobu’s innovative cuisine.
The menu includes:
- Kinmedai Sashimi with shiso salsa and Akamutsu Tataki with wasabi salsa
2014 – Riesling Urban
- Botan Ebi, Uni Sashimi & Ankimo with kinome miso
2015 – Riesling Kabinett Piesporter Goldtroepfchen
- Grilled Oyster with wasabi aioli & Spanish Prawn Tempura with citrus chili ponzu
2005 – Riesling Spatlese Piesporter Goldtroepfchen
2011 – Riesling Spatlese Piesporter Goldtroepfchen
- Pan-seared Akamachi with shiitake dashi
2007 – Riesling Spatlese Leiwener Laurentiuslay
- Japanese Pork Belly with Karashi Sumiso and U.S. Prime Beef Fillet with jalapeno salsa
1990 – Riesling Auslese Ockfenber Bockstein
2000 – Riesling Spatlese Letwener Laurentiuslay
- Miso Soup
- Pina Colada (Mango, Coconut, Pineapple, Meringue)
1995 – Riesling Eiswein Ockfenber Bockstein
Please click here for the Weingut St. Urbans-Hof Riesling Wine Dinner Menu
About Weingut St. Urbans-Hof Winery
Weingut St. Urbans-Hof Winery is located in the prestigious Mosel region of Germany and is well-known for its Riesling wines.
Weingut St. Urbans-Hof was founded in 1947 by Niklaus Weis. His grandson, Nik Weis has reshaped St. Urbans-hof into one of the “hottest” wineries in Mosel.
Weingut St. Urbans-Hof is known for its outstanding portfolio of vineyards stretching along the Mosel and Saar Rivers in the south-west of Germany, in the state of Rheinland-Pfalz. The estate's holdings include many of the region's crown jewels, world-class parcels with renowned names like "Piesporter Goldtröpfchen", "Leiwener Laurentiuslay" and "Ockfener Bockstein." The wines demonstrate the lightness, elegance and spice for which the Mosel is known. The estate is a member of the Verband deutscher Prädikatsweingüter (the Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates, abbreviated VDP).
Nik Weis’s wines have garnered fabulous scores for his Estate Riesling as well as for Ockfener Bockstein and Piesporter Goldtropchen Pradikats. The most recent change comes in the 2011 vintage. Using only the oldest estate vineyards, Nik has crafted an even better quality Estate Riesling in which all the grapes used are from two vineyard parcels that are 60 + years old. The result is a wine with much more complexity and character. Like all of the estate wines, only the natural ambient yeast is used for fermentation. The new "Estate Bottled from Old Vines" Riesling is of particular note.
Masi Agricola Venetian Wine Dinner @ Yan Toh Heen
Friday, March 10, 2017
6-course Cantonese menu inclusive of six Masi Agricola wines: HK$1,888 per person
Marco Zauli, Masi Agricola Export Manager, Asia Pacific will introduce the Masi wines during a welcome reception featuring:
2012 – Conte Federico - Brut Millesimato - Trento
The reception will be followed by a 6-course menu by Executive Chef Lau Yiu Fai showcasing:
- Golden Chicken Roll and Wok Seared Fresh Water Eel in Soy Sauce
2012 – Conte Federico - Brut Millesimato – Trento
- Yan Toh Heen Lobster Trio:
Baked Tart with Lobster in Portuguese Sauce, Wok-fried Lobster with Black Garlic &
Golden Lobster with Spicy Salt
2015 – Pinot Grigio – Masianco – Verduzzo delle Venezie
- Crispy Cod Fish in Black Truffle Sauce
2013 – Campofiorin - Rosso Del Veronese
- Wok-fried Wagyu Beef with Mandarin Zest and Wok-seared Duck Liver in Maple Sauce
2012 – Brolo Di Campofiorin Oro - Rosso Del Veronese&
2011 – Costasera – Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico
- Braised Rice Pudding with Pork in Chef Lau Chili Sauce
1990 – Costasera – Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico
- Chill Oolong Pudding and Crispy Earl Grey Sesame Dumplings
served with Silver Needle Supreme Shou Mei
Click here for the Masia Agricola Wine Dinner Menu.
About Masi Agricola Wines from Venice, Italy
The history of Masi is linked to one family and its vineyards in Verona, part of the Veneto. The name itself derives from the Vaio dei Masi, the small valley purchased at the end of the XVIII century by the Boscaini family, who are still the owners today. Masi now has vineyards and historic estates in the best terroir sites of the Venetian regions.
Since 1973, Masi has collaborated with the Conti Serego Alighieri family, descendants of the famous poet Dante, on its estates in Valpolicella. More recently, a collaboration has been launched with the Conti Bossi Fedrigotti family, skilled and passionate winemakers in Trentino. These collaborations are part of an ambitious project aiming to rediscover the lustre of the farming and winemaking traditions of the nobility from the Venetian area.
Masi is a member of the Altagamma Foundation, which comprises the best of "made in Italy" with a small group of selected member companies that "operate in the highest echelons of the market and embody the style and culture of Italy, together with innovation, service and quality." Headed by Santo Versace, the Foundation includes the top Italian names in the worlds of fashion, design, tourism, food and wine. Masi is also a member of the Italian Quality Wine Institute - Grandi Marchi, which is comprised of nineteen leading wine producers.
Today, Sandro Boscaini, company President and Managing Director, runs Masi with the help of his children and brother.
About Marco Zauli, Masia Export Manager,Asia Pacific
From 2004 to 2010, Marco Zauli was based in Shanghai where he worked as Brand Manager for ASC Fine Wines, one of the most established Wine Importers in China, representing some of the most iconic Italian Brands. In mid-2010, he returned to Italy to join a winery in Umbria where he worked as Export Manager for the Extra European markets, mainly focusing on Asia Pacific and North America. In 2014, Marco joined Masi as Export Manager, in charge of Asia Pacific.
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