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Cover Story: CCB (Asia) Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival

The city’s premier culinary event returns bigger and better this year as it celebrates its 10th edition, offering fines wines, gourmet local and international foods and other gastronomic treats for wine lovers and foodies alike.

The 10th edition of the 2018 CCB (Asia)

Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival takes place this month from 25 to 28 October at the Central Harbourfront Event Space and Tamar Park. Since its inception in 2009, this event has become a fixture in the city’s mega-event calendar and one that has grown enormously in size and stature. Arguably Asia’s largest festival of its kind, the event, which drew over 140,000 attendees last year, brings together lovers of food and wine, wine merchants, quality local and international restaurants and master chefs from all over the world for four days of great wine, superb food and music entertainment on the waterfront of Hong Kong’s stunning Victoria Harbour.

This year, to celebrate its 10th edition, the festival promises to be bigger and better – a bigger venue space with about 450 booths featuring beverages of all choices from single malts to single origin coffee; more wineries and more wine regions; more culinary events including wine-paring meals designed by master chefs and the chance to win special prizes through an interactive mobile game.

If you’ve never been to the festival, then you must - it’s an unforgettable gastronomic experience you won’t want to miss and will be a highlight of your visit to Hong Kong.


Special Offers

CCB (Asia) and CCB Credit Cardmembers, members of Cathay Pacific’s The Marco Polo Club as well as Tap & Go customers enjoy special offers on designated wine passes.

Purchase the Perfect 10 Passport, Classic Wine Pass or tickets for Tasting Room programmes in advance to enjoy free admission.

Visitors can pick up a free Wine Pack that includes admission and four Wine Tokens.

*Terms and conditions apply.


Wine and Dine Festival 10th Edition celebration highlights

Food & Wine Zones: Ten fine wine and dining zones

This year, there are 10 wine and dine zones set up to accommodate the increased activities and offerings. They include Grand Wine Pavilion; Country/Region Pavilion; Classic Selection Zone; Japanese Wine Zone; Bubbly & Cocktail Zone; Whisky & Craft Beer Zone; and in the food zones, FeedMe Lane; Hotel Delicious; and the brand-new Coffee Fiesta and Tap & Go International Street Eats.

10-Michelin-starred Dinner

In collaboration with two renowned Hong Kong chefs from one-Michelinstarred restaurants, five Michelin-starred chefs from the Mainland and other regions are coming to Hong Kong to jointly present the “10-Michelin-starred Dinner” in the “Tasting Room”, a highly anticipated wine pairing banquet with eight courses.

Tap & Go International Street Eats” zone

This new zone features renowned overseas street eats specialists including Jiu-Wu Beef Noodle from Taiwan and local delicacies from seven regions, including Korea, Europe and Latin America.


Coffee Fiesta” zone

This zone gathers experts from some of the most famous coffee and pastry shops in the city, such as Coco Espresso, Say Hey Bakery, and dessert shop Alice Wild Luscious, offering wonderful delicacies alongside fabulous wine-tasting experiences.

Perfect 10 Passport”

This special wine pass encourages visitors to experience various wonderful food and wine combinations. In addition to wine tokens, food tokens will be included in the Perfect 10 Passport which includes a welcome drink and a 10th edition limited wine glass.

Mega birthday party, with prizes valued at over HK$1,700,000

Independent musicians and buskers will perform at the venue, and there will be live music performances each evening on the main stage. There will also be mobile game sessions every day, and prizes including air tickets, hotel accommodations, premium wines and wine tokens, totalling over HK$1,700,000 in value.


“Wine & Dine 10th Edition Specials”

Two exotic and glamorously packaged drinks are exclusively selected to celebrate the anniversary: Happy 啤 Day (pronounced “Happy beer day”) (chocolate imperial stout, aged in bourbon and brandy barrels) and Favilla fuji (Baileys Chocolat luxe and Junmaishu Nigori Sake).

2009 Vintage” series

This commemorative series selects vintages from 2009, the year of the first Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival, and includes selections from Robert Parker Wine Advocate' s recommended wine.

Wines from New Chateaus

Debut appearances from new chateaus from various countries and regions, including Burgundy, Croatia and Russia to capture the hearts and tastes of festival-goers.



E-payment Options

For speed and convenience, attendees can purchase food and bottles of wine via cashless payment methods such as cards or mobile phones.




Edited on 4 Oct, 2018


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