Four Seasons Maui Hosts Wine and Food Weekend

Hawaii as a wine destination? Sure, why not?! Some of the best California Pinot Noirs will be featured when Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea hosts four top vintners from Anthill Farm Wineries, Brewer-Clifton, Costa de Oro and Patz & Hall at the June 7-9 weekend of foodie events.
The three-day event, “Four Pinots at Four Seasons Resort Maui,” will include seminars hosted by Master Sommeliers Roberto Viernes and Chuck Furuya, with open format tastings of two wines from each winemaker each session; exclusive wine-pairing dinners, each featuring one winery held at each of the resort’s award-winning restaurants—Ferraro’s, Spago Maui and DUO, with a fourth dinner taking place locally. Guest participants have a choice of dinners to attend.
Guests also can take part in the Saturday golf tournament at the Wailea Emerald Course followed by lunch at Gannon’s – a Pacific View restaurant. The tournament will honor the Kimberly Project, a vineyard planted in honor of Vintner Greg Brewer’s cousin, who lost her life at a young age. All proceeds from the vineyard’s production each year—and from tournaments like this one—benefit the North County Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center (Santa Barbara County).
The event culminates in a gala oceanfront wine dinner created by the resort’s Master Executive Chef Roger Stettler, featuring 32 Pinot Noirs and eight Chardonnays. Local “farm-to-table” cuisine will be celebrated as local produce is displayed and personally presented by area farmers. Fishermen will display and talk about their daily catches and the process of getting the fish from sea to table.

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