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Wine dinner at Four Seasons Shenzhen
    2015-07-24  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    FOUR Seasons Hotel Shenzhen in cooperation with Handpicked Wines present a six-course gourmet wine dinner from now till Aug. 31. The menus will be served at the award-winning Cantonese restaurant Zhuo Yue Xuan Monday through Sunday, offering a variety of signature dishes created by Chinese executive chef Tse Man.

    “We have been working very closely with Handpicked Wines to come up with a distinctive wine dinner menu for our guests to savor,” said the hotel’s director of food and beverage Robert Yip. “We want guests to experience how each Handpicked Wines Grand Cru can complement and give a unique taste and character to the dishes.”

    A unique Grand Cru is carefully selected to match each of the different dishes based on the flavor and aroma of its ingredients. Signature dishes include marinated bitter gourd with orange cube, double-boiled scallop soup with wolfberries and Chinese yam, pan-fried grouper fillet with balsamic truffle sauce, sautéed beef cube with mushroom and matsutake, braised E-Fu noodles with seafood in superior broth, baked egg tartlets with bird’s nest. To enhance the wine dinner experience, Handpicked Wines’s sommelier will select the house brand’s Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Merlot, Shiraz, and Moscato D’asti to go with the courses. The six-course wine dinner is 800 yuan per person plus a 15-percent service charge. (SD News)

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