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Burgundy Wine Dinner at Ami, June 13th 2024
Burgundy Wine Dinner at Ami, June 13th 2024
Burgundy Wine Dinner at Ami, June 13th 2024
Burgundy Wine Dinner at Ami, June 13th 2024

Burgundy Wine Dinner at Ami, June 13th 2024


Only 3 left in stock
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  • 1 table of 4 seats
*Case price discount: Buy a Case (6 x 75 CL) to get the best price for each bottle.



Château de Meursault and Château de Marsannay are an integral part of Burgundy's heritage. They are unmissable references for their holdings of exceptional terroirs. But above all, since Olivier Halley's takeover, this is the story of a massive rejuvenation!
"Consumers would be advised to check out what is happening here.” Neal Martin, Vinous

Experience an exquisite 6-course Wine Dinner at Ami, a vibrant gastronomic hotspot in Central, with Olivier Halley, owner of Château de Marsannay and Château de Meursault. This great wine lover entrusted the management of the estates to Stéphane Follin-Arbelet, a Burgundian full of skills and good ideas. Few wineries in Burgundy have made more progress in the last 5 years with the quality level of their wines than these two estates!



Thursday, 13 June 2024



Ami Wood Ear, private salon

Shop 302, Alexandra House,
18 Chater Road, Central

$2,400/seat or $8,000/table of 4 guests
Limited to 14 pax

These two estates are pieces of history in Burgundy. Their vineyard holdings have always been the envy of the region but a reliance on passing tourist trade, lack of know-how and investment meant that traditionally the wines failed to live up to their promise. It must be said that they were traditionally very commercial. However the Châteaux’s fortunes changed in 2012 when Halley appointed Stéphane Follin-Arbelet to manage these properties and the results have been impressive. He has been tasked with overseeing a quality revolution and he immediately saw the potential of the holdings.

Having been taking small steps in this direction, the Châteaux went full steam ahead for conversion to organic farming in 2019, with certification in sight. Switching production from a small number of multi-climat blends to a range of high quality single cuvées – by investing in “a lot of tanks” and vinifying each climat separately, increasing the size of picking teams and lowering yields are just some of the many effective innovations he has brought in. The winemaking is respectful to terroir, new oak ranges from 25-40% and the wines are aged for 15-18 months. They are also experimenting with cover crops which will reduce the need for ploughing.

The whites hit their stride almost immediately. The reds took longer. They were dense, rich and powerful, and now they are full of elegance! New stars of Burgundy are born!