Drinking Legends in Hong Kong

James Suckling
Issue: July 31, 2005

Wine dinners in Hong Kong may be some of the most mind-blowing on earth. Where else could a blind tasting of 1990 Romanée-Conti and 1990 La Tâche be followed by a pair of 1870 first-growths? And that between courses of double-boiled shark's fin, Sendai beef and braised whole abalone? Nine of us were in the private dining room of a towering apartment complex in the hillsides above the city near the Tai Tam Country Park.

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