Wine on The Wall: Robert Parker comes to China

Wine writer Robert Parker will make his first trip to China next month and the price tag for the two dinners that ASC Fine Wines is organizing for him is nothing to sniff at: RMB15888 (USD2270) per head.

Then again, it’s not your typical event.

The Beijing dinner will be held on May 24 the Great Wall and catered by Brian McKenna, chef at Shangri-la Hotel restaurant Blu Lobster. The dinner, limited to 40 people, will include eight wines Parker rated 94 points or higher, with three at 100 points, including Chateau Haut Brion 1989 and Shafer Hillside Select Cabernet Sauvignon 2002.

The Parker dinner in Shanghai will be held on May 23 at Noble Seafood, carry the same price tag, and include eight other wines Parker has rated 94 points or higher.

Oh, and each attendee gets a copy of an autographed book by Parker, if you are looking for that little extra to make you plonk down your cash.

5 thoughts on “Wine on The Wall: Robert Parker comes to China”

  1. m-dawg,

    Slow day at the office?

    I imagine they will want to put a local twist on the menu, so expect caviar-sprinkled lamb kebabs, dumplings stuffed with fois gras, and the like.

    Cheers, Boyce

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