The Halekulani in Honolulu on February 4 will host a noteworthy dining experience featuring rare wines flown in from the renowned Bordeaux Grand Cru Classé estates Château Rauzan-Ségla and Château Canon, owned by iconic fashion house Chanel.
This event will feature rare wine directly flown from the chateau, as well as the presence of Château Rauzan-Ségla and Château Canon managing director and master chef.
This epicurean experience will showcase a multi-course menu specially created and prepared by Bruno Chevalier, Master Chef of Château Rauzan-Ségla and Château Canon, and complemented with wines personally selected by John Kolasa, managing director of both Châteaux. Among the wines served will be a rare 1966 Château Canon in magnum and the 1986 Château Rauzan-Ségla (rated at 96 points by Robert Parker.) The US$395 per person ticket will commence with a champagne reception.
The menu for the evening:
Hen consommé with foie gras, sliced scallops and truffles
CHÂTEAU CANON 2003, St Emilion, 1st Classified Growth
CHÂTEAU CANON 2000, St Emilion, 1st Classified Growth
Veal sweetbreads pan fried in hazelnut oil, lentils cooked with bacon and chanterelles
CHÂTEAU RAUZAN–SÉGLA 2001, Margaux Classified Growth
CHÂTEAU RAUZAN–SÉGLA 1995, Margaux Classified Growth
Warm lobster tail, chicken oyster, cèpes and toasted pine nuts
CHÂTEAU RAUZAN–SÉGLA 1989, Margaux Classified Growth
CHÂTEAU RAUZAN–SÉGLA 1986, Margaux Classified Growth
Roasted double loin lamb chop crusted with tarragon and almonds, barbajuan with lamb shoulder confit; artichoke heart stuffed with vegetables and Comté cheese
CHÂTEAU CANON 1998, St Emilion, 1st Classified Growth
CHÂTEAU CANON 1966, St Emilion, 1st Classified Growth
Kaffir lime cake with red fruits and rhubarb
CHÂTEAU ROUMIEU-LACOSTE 2006, Sauternes
This special event is part of the Halekulani Living luxury lifestyle series, which launched in 2006 offering events that cater to distinct interests and cultural desires of Halekulani’s guests and patrons.