Wynn Las Vegas Debuts Wine and Dinner Series With $10K Price Tag
It is extravagant with a capital ‘E.’ You know, very ooh la la. We are talking about the ultra fancy
It is extravagant with a capital ‘E.’ You know, very ooh la la. We are talking about the ultra fancy and oh so delectable wine and dinner series happening at Wynn Las Vegas.
The entire array of fabulousness is about as exclusive as it is lavish. Only three opportunities are available for this wine and dinner series, and each is spectacular in its own right.
What You Need To Know
Wynn is partnering with the renowned Domain H. William Harlan out of Napa Valley. Wine enthusiasts know them as one of the most sought after wines to come out of the Northern California Region since its founding in 1984.
The partnership between the two luxury powerhouses is designed so that guests can have the chance to sample the most elusive labels under the Harlan label- this includes: Harlan Estate, BOND and Promontory – while also enjoying the exquisite meals curated by Wynn’s most acclaimed chefs. In other words, it’s the best of both the resort and wine worlds.
The wine and diner series will take place over three nights this fall with each night limited to 20 guests. The extravagance and exclusivity will come with an opulent price tag: $10,000 per guest. For that guests will not only dine in the most unique settings at the Wynn, they will also bypass the ultra exclusive and long wait list for Harlan’s new winery releases and get a one night stay in a newly renovated Wynn Tower Suite room.
Three Unique Experiences
The series will kick off on a sensational Saturday in September. The first exclusive evening will feature Chef Mark LoRusso and Harlan Estate’s Amanda Harlan on Saturday, September 10. Guests will have the chance to sip on Krug Champagne in a private reception inside a suite at the Encore duplex. The dinner will feature a specialty curated menu from the SW Steakhouse’s Executive Chef LoRusso, along with a vintage wine pairing.
The dinner will consist of six courses that include: a seafood trio appetizer, Sheep’s Milk Ricotta Ravioli with shaved white truffle and parmesan, Pain de Mie-Crusted Wild Turbot Fillet with braised leeks and beurre rouge sauce, boneless quail with wild mushrooms, a tasting of Japanese Kobe Beef alongside black truffle whipped potatoes, and ending with Speculoos Tart with plum, blackberries and vanilla cream. Each course will be accompanied by a specially paired vintage from Harlan Estate.
The second in the series will take place on Sunday, October 15. This time it is to highlight BOND with Delilah’s executive Chef Joshua Smith.
Once again guests will begin with a Krug Champagne reception. Afterward, patrons will be escorted to the picturesque 18th hole of Wynn Golf Club. There they will be treated to a multi-course dinner and vintage wine pairing hosted by Cory Empting, Managing Director of Winegrowing for Domain H. William Harlan. As for the menu, Chef Smith is expected to prepare a one-of-a-kind menu with seasonal ingredients that will pair perfectly with BOND’s five distinctive wines.
The third and final experience will occur in November on Saturday the 12th. This last chance will feature Promontory under the Harlan label with a menu curated by Mizumi’s executive chef Min Kim.
Following a Dom Pérignon Champagne reception guests will be escorted to a yet-to-be disclosed location for a multi-course dinner and wine pairing experience. The evening is expected to use Chef Kim’s artlike level use of ingredients to curate a one-in-a-lifetime meal.
Put simply, the resort that is the recipient of more Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards and the winery synonymous with highly exclusive and world renowned wines are pairing up for an experience like no other in Las Vegas. For more information on the dinner series visit Wynn’s website for everything you need to know to book this once-in-a-lifetime experience.