Mon, March 7, 2016
The Langham, Melbourne’s Diverse Duo of Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Events
-A Kitchen Takeover of Melba Restaurant by Hellenic Republic and a Wine Dinner Designed to Change Your Perception of Chinese Wine
February 2016.... Melbourne Food and Wine Festival events are known to be provocative, challenge perceptions and be novel. The Langham, Melbourne’s two festival events are offering diners just that, two unique and memorable culinary experiences.
Tuesday 8 March 7pm
Changing Perceptions Dinner
The Clarendon Ballroom
$149 including four course dinner plus petit fours and expertly matched wines
Judy Chan, Principal of Grace Vineyards in China, has been described as one of the most influential women of wine in the world. She’s been named alongside Jancis Robinson with good reason; she oversees some of the most sophisticated and refined wines made in China.
Legendary wine man about town, Roy Moorfield (pictured on left), will guide diners through a culinary journey that includes a four course menu featuring authentic and award-winning dishes from The Langham, Melbourne’s sister properties in Hong Kong as well as dishes prepared by The Langham, Melbourne’s Director of Food & Beverage, Anthony Ross, (pictured on right).
Drunken chicken with jellyfish and sesame oil, cucumber and Hong Kong XO sauce
2012 Grace Vineyards, Tasya, Chardonnay, China
2012 Whinstone Vineyards, Chardonnay, Mornington Peninsula
Scallops and yellow wood mushroom dumplings with shrimp roe
Recipe from Executive Chef Kwong Wai-Keung, triple Michelin Star restaurant, T’Ang Court, The Langham Hong Kong
2013 Helen & Joey Vineyards, Pinot Gris, Yarra Valley
2012 Grace Vineyards, Tasya, Marselan, China