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- Robert Parker Wine Advocate's Matter of Taste returns to New York City for its Fourth and Most Exciting Edition on November 23
Selasa, 05 November 2019 05:55:00
Robert Parker Wine Advocate's Matter of Taste returns to New York City for its Fourth and Most Exciting Edition on November 23
Not forgetting "A Perfect Evening" 1,000-Point Dinner on November 22
NEW YORK CITY, US - 4 November 2019 - This is the wine event that oenophiles have been waiting all year for. Robert Parker Wine Advocate's Matter of Taste, having been staged in Zurich, Taipei and Napa Valley so far this year, crowns the end of 2019 with a host of extraordinary tastings, masterclasses and dinners in its New York City edition.
Taking place on November 23, 2019, at the famed Ziegfeld Ballroom in Midtown Manhattan, the Grand Walkabout Tasting will feature over 250 outstanding wines, each rated 93 or more points by the esteemed troop of Robert Parker Wine Advocate reviewers.
On the day itself, five Masterclasses bring you deeper into the world of iconic wines, helmed by The Wine Advocate reviewers. For a limited number of privileged guests, two wine dinners will take place on 22 and 23 November respectively at two-MICHELIN-starred Gabriel Kreuther restaurant: "A Perfect Evening" 1,000-Point Dinner and the Ultimate Hedonist's BYOB Finale Dinner.
The best wines under one roof
At Matter of Taste, the event lives up to its name by bringing together over 250 of the world's top wines, each rated 93 points or higher by The Wine Advocate.
Champagne lovers can look forward to Champagne de Venoge and Champagne Louis Roederer, while Australian admirers have Penfolds and Torbreck for meaty reds, alongside enjoyable discoveries from Addax, Domaine de la Janasse, Seña, Vega Sicilia, Weingut Markus Molitor and many more. As a value add, Grand Walkabout Tasting passes come with a 180-day free trial of Tablet Hotels Plus, for upgrades and privileges at top hotels.
For a more intimate experience, guests may opt for a VIP entry to the Grand Walkabout Tasting at additional US$100, which allows entry one hour before doors open to the public. (*).