《Edrington @ Odyseey Of Glamour》

Edrington Hong Kong hosted the “Odyssey of Glamour” dinner and party recently and invited over 100 distinguished guests to the event including domestic and duty free trade partners as well as many of Hong Kong’s most recognized wine and spirit enthusiasts. Edrington Hong Kong’s exceptional portfolio of wines and spirits, each course was meticulously paired with a special selection, including Australia’s boutique winery Tyrrell’s Vat 1 Museum Release Semillon 2005, Domaine Bruno Clair Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru 2007 from the celebrated negotiant from Burgundy, the leading wine producer Wolf Blass from Australia with its Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz 2005, an iconic wine from Spain the Torres Mas La Plana with its vintage 2007, arguably the most respectable in Chile, Vina Errazuriz with one of its flagships Don Maximiano 2007, the most innovative among Italian wineries, Gaja, with its powership Sperss 2007 and “the epitome of what is great about malt whisky”, The Glenrothes Vintage 1995 and 1988 Single Malt Whisky.
Guests journeyed through a unique odyssey of exceptional, glamourous culinary experiences, and they were immersed in an ambience of enchanting, romantic visuals traversing the origins and the heritage of the tipples they enjoyed. Whetting their appetites on the likes of Oyster Bay sparkling cocktail, The Glenrothes Robur Reserve and SKYY vodka cocktails before the dinner, whilst engaging in delightful post-dinner banter over Wild Turkey, The Glenrothes Select Reserve, Drappier Champagne and wines of Matua Valley from New Zealand and Septima from Argentina.
Edrington Hong Kong carries some of the most aspirational spirits and wine brands in their portfolio, including The Macallan, arguably “The Most Precious Whisky in the World”, Highland Park, “The Best Spirit in the World” by Paul Pacult, The Famous Grouse, “30 Years No 1 in Scotland” and one of the top ten bestselling blended whiskies in the world; Gaja, the world renowned Barbaresco in Piedmont, Italy; and Wolf Blass,“Australian Wine at its Peak”. These are counted amongst many, many other top names, and while the company has steadily expanded their range over the years, they have currently over 61 strong brands under their purview, with leaders in many categories of spirits and wine.

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