Rub elbows with winemakers and proprietors of the world’s top wineries while drinking from amazing bottles at the Golden Vines Winners Dinner, a private event open only to winners of the Golden Vines Awards, the donors of wine and spirits, the Golden Vines Scholarship winners, and winemakers from every major fine wine region globally taking part in the three-day event. This precursor to the “Oscars of Fine Wine,” held in the evening on Thursday, October 12, is a La Paulee-style dinner at which each guest brings two bottles of wine to share. Winemakers from estates such as Krug, Dom Perignon, Chateau d’Yquem, Harlan Estate, Taylor’s Port, Istvan Szepsy, Domaine Leflaive, Domaine Jean-Yves Bizot, Domaine Bernard Moreau, Salon Champagne, Weingut Egon Muller, Domaine Thibault Liger-Belair, Biondi Santi, Ornellaia, Chateau Latour, Clos de Tart, Chateau Cos d’Estournel, Maison Ruinart, and Camus Cognac will be in attendance, alongside others too numerous to mention.
PLUS 2 tickets for the Golden Vines Paris between 13-15 October. This includes the Golden Vines Charity Gala at Pavillon de Bercy and the Golden Vines Awards Gala at the Opera Garnier. Alain Ducasse and Akrame will be preparing a specially designed menu for each gala dinner, pairing with the top wines from Dom Perignon, Krug, IWA Sake, Chateau d’Yquem, Harlan Estate, Domaine Arnoux-Lachaux, Liber Pater (the world’s most expensive wine), Taylor’s Port and Istvan Szepsy, with an exclusive to Golden Vines blended old cognac from Maison Camus. The tickets include access to incredible masterclasses in the morning and afternoon of Friday 13 October. In addition, access to a choice of Fine Wine Lunches on Saturday 14 October, and exclusive experiences in Paris and Champagne on Sunday 15 October. A five night stay in a 5-star hotel in central Paris is also included.
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This star-studded package also includes a unique bottling from renowned Cognac house Maison Camus. One of only 10 bottles made, this special blend was chosen by Liquid Icons founder and noted wine collector Lewis Chester. This exclusive cognac is made in homage to Gérard Basset, Chester’s late business partner who was named World’s Best Sommelier in 2010. The specially designed bottle will be a collaborative creation between the buyer and Maison Camus and will be numbered 1 of 10. In addition, a private dinner for two will be arranged at the Camus apartment in Paris’ 16th arrondisement. This rare bottle is valued at £15,000/$18,806; 50 % of which ($9,403) will be donated to the Gérard Basset Foundation. $100,000
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