Reserve your seat for the upcoming wine dinners and wine tasting events at The Mira’s Michelin-recommended restaurants: Cuisine Cuisine and WHISK, and our newest wine lounge decanter at WHISK. Book ahead to meet the most accomplished winemakers and winery owners representing some of the most notable estates in the wine world and sample excellent cuisine paired with sophisticated wines!
Seats are limited and advance bookings are recommended.
Mark your calendar with these upcoming wine dinners which are a must for every aficionado of spectacular cuisine and unique wines.
All prices listed are subject to a 10% service charge. Mira Plus Members enjoy Nett price, unless stated otherwise. All menu and event schedule are subject to changes without prior notice.
The Barossa is Australia’s most famous wine region. Comprising of the Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, it is home to some of the oldest Shiraz vineyards in the world, acclaimed Rieslings and iconic wine brands. In this scenic setting, back in 19th century the vineyard was first planted on the banks of the North Para River in Nuriootpa in 1894 by early German settlers, the Scholz family. In 1916, it was purchased by Samuel Elderton Tolley who named the Estate ‘Elderton’. He built himself a sprawling homestead on the Estate and sold the fruit to his family’s winery. It was run successfully for many years, but became derelict in 1970s’. The site was taken over by the Ashmead family who moved to Australia from Saudi Arabia to raise their family. After years of no interest, the real estate agent eventually offered the Ashmeads the 72 acre vineyard as a bonus, as part of the sale of the homestead. Three years later, after restoring the vineyard, Elderton Wines was born and since then it has been gradually making its name in the Australian winemaking as – among other accolades – one of the Wines of the Year by Decanter (2008). Find out more…
The Domaine Louis Max is located in Mercurey and Rully, in the South of Burgundy. Farmed 100% organically and certified by Ecocert, this Domaine which covers 20 hectares is one of the largest organic Domaines in all Burgundy. The winery follows a set of strict rules and farming practices, such as ploughing by horses, integrated pest management, green harvest when necessary, use of natural fertilizers and indigenous yeasts with no chemical additives in the wines. The product of nature, even in the cellars the winery uses gravity instead of pumping and no unnecessary inputs.
The wines from Domaine Louis Max, including the famous ‘Clos de la Marche’ monopoly, are regularly praised by wine critics and journalists all over the world as standout examples of their respective appellations. Their Mercurey Clos la Marche regularly receives ratings over 90 points from James Suckling, Decanter magazine and others. Find out more…
Gevrey-Chambertin is the largest wine-producing village in Burgundy’s Côte d’Or. Located in the far north of the Côtes de Nuits, the classic style is typically deeper in colour, firmer in body and more tannic in structure than most red Burgundy. While in the past there have been myriad underperformers here, the overall quality is now higher than ever and the best can develop into the most complete and long-lived Pinot Noir in the world.
At this tasting event our Guests will be able to try 8 wines from 3 distinctive domains including Varoilles, Tortochot and Mathias Parent: Gevrey Chambertin Clos du Couvent 2015, Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Champonnet 2013, Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2011, Gevrey Chambertin Les Jeunes Rois 2016, Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Lavaux Saint Jacques 2016, Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2011, Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Nuits 2015, and Gevrey Chambertin 2015.
Showcasing six outstanding wines all rated above 90pts by Wine Advocate, Robert Parker, or Wine Spectator, this wine dinner brings to the tables of WHISK the very best of Saint-Estephe from the left bank of Bordeaux.
Historians date the origins of Calon back to the Gallo-Roman era. Its name is derived from the term “calones”, which were small transport boats that travelled up and down the Gironde estuary. It was in the 18th century, at the time of Nicolas-Alexandre the Marquis de Ségur, who also owned Latour, Lafite and Mouton, that the finest chapter of the property’s history was written. Calon thereafter was to be known as Calon Ségur.
Ranked as Third Classified Growth in the famous 1855 classification, this 55 hectares of vineyard is made up of one single block adjacent to the village of Saint-Estèphe. Unique in the Médoc, it is completely surrounded by a stone wall. Inside, closest to the château, this “enclos” groups together the most famous plots of Calon. Featuring exactly the same size of the vineyard today, 150 years after the original classification, the estate is a rare example of consistency of terroir over the centuries.
From 1894 to 2012, Calon’s owners, the Gasqueton family, preserved the estate’s identity with sobriety and elegance. Today, owned by the Suravenir company, subsidiary of the banking group Crédit Mutuel Arkéa headed by Jean-Pierre Denis, lead an extensive programme of renovation, which will at the same time carefully preserve the estate’s historic values. Find out more…
To encourage wine knowledge and wine culture in Hong Kong, The Mira Hong Kong has proudly hosted a number of exclusive and memorable wine pairing dinner events over the past few years.
We have invited reputable wine experts, critics and ambassadors, as well as winery owners and winemakers themselves who shared passionate stories about their unique estates and exquisite wines lovingly produced there.
These are just some of the most recent and notable ones:
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