Nope, your eyes are not deceiving you. You read that right. Michelin-starred Restaurant Petrus is hosting a wine dinner on Jun. 6, charging each guest HKD72,000 to sample some of the world’s rarest wines alongside fine French food.

The special Montrachet Grand Cru dinner invites guests for a six-course meal that matches seafood dishes with wine from the Montrachet vineyard in Côte de Beaune, France. Montrachet is regarded as one of the top dry white wine producers worldwide.

The dinner begins with a caviar tasting amuse-bouche, followed by scallop, king crab, blue lobster, turbot, and a chocolate, crème brûlée, and panna cotta dessert. 

Five bottles of Montrachet Grand Cru will be offered during the wine dinner, ranging in years from 1997 to 2016, with a market price per bottle of HKD29,000 to HKD145,000.

If you’re feeling extra lucky this month and want to make use of that extra bonus your boss gave you, email Restaurant Petrus for your best chance to book a table.  

Restaurant Petrus, 56/F, Island Shangri-La, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, 2820 8590, book here

Rubin Verebes is the Managing Editor of Foodie, a culinary connoisseur, and guiding force behind the magazine's delectable stories. With a knack for cooking up mouthwatering profiles, crafting immersive restaurant reviews, and dishing out tasty features, Rubin tells the great stories of Hong Kong's dining scene.

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