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The BT Luxe wine dinner was a sumptuous four-course meal paired with fine wines, jointly organised by The Business Times and ION Orchard.
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A multimedia showcase of designer watches was one of the special presentations at the dinner.

In the lap of lux(e)ury

Sep 2, 2016 5:50 AM

LUXURY watches and fine wines paired with a sumptuous meal sound like the perfect formula for a night of opulence. And that's exactly what guests at the recent BT Luxe wine dinner held at ION Art were treated to.

The four-course meal began with canapés like Spanner Crab Remoulade Tart and Lime Meringue complemented by Pierro Chardonnay Margaret River 2013. The starters were a Coriander Spiced Smoked Trout Mi-Cuit, a Hokkaido Scallop Ceviche, and Orange Fluid Gel Baby Leaves & Pickled Beetroot, paired with a Pierre Labet Meursalt Tillets 2012.

For the entrée, diners chose between a Ballotine of Corn-fed Chicken with Roasted Root Vegetables, Baby Potatoes and a Natural Sherry Jus paired with a Merricks Garagiste Pinot Noir 2012, or the Orange Miso Glazed Atlantic Codfish with Asparagus & Beans Ragout and Yuzu Beurre Blanc with Caviar. The latter was served alongside a Byron Santa Barbara Pinot Noir 2012. The dinner finished off with a Valrohna Guanduja Chocolate Mousse with a Passionfruit Coulis and Berries, alongside a Remoissenet P&F Morey Saint Senis 2012. All the wines were selected from The Business Times Wine Challenge - CEOs' Choice of top labels in the last three years.

Special presentations included a multimedia showcase of designer watches, a talk by wine expert Maximilien Fedkiw, and live music.

The BT Luxe wine dinner was jointly organised by The Business Times and ION Orchard.

 

Photographer's credit mention:
Yeo Wei Lun / YWL Photography