Scherrer Wine Dinner (January 29, 2019) - $155/person +tax & gratuity

Scherrer Wine Dinner (January 29, 2019) - $155/person +tax & gratuity

190.20

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TICKET BASE PRICE: $155 per person ($145 early-bird, purchase by Jan. 15)
CHECKOUT PRICE: $190.20 ($177.93 early-bird), tax (4.712% GET) and service gratuity (18%) INCLUDED

Three seatings available: 5:30pm, 6:30pm and 8:00pm

Please join us at this up-close-and-personal wine dinner experience with Fred and Judi Scherrer of Scherrer Winery. PAI Honolulu’s own Chef Kevin Lee will prepare a five-course meal to pair with this California producer’s highly allocated offerings. Beverage service will be offered in our outdoor lounge for those who arrive early for their seating or would like to linger after dinner.

PLEASE NOTE: Tax and tip are included in the ticket price.

CANCELLATION POLICY: No refunds will be issued on wine dinner tickets. If you are unable to attend, you may transfer your ticket to another guest, or contact us more than 24 hours prior to inquire if there are any wait-list guests who would be interested in purchasing your ticket.

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AMUSE

braised cabbage chaat, apple, cucumber, tamarind, mint
Scherrer Dry Rosé
Sonoma County, 2017

SCALLOP FETTUCINE

smoked tako bottarga
Scherrer Chardonnay
Russian River Valley, Sonoma County (Helfer Vineyard), 2014

SLOW-ROASTED PORK BELLY

Szechuan peppercorn, pork jus
Scherrer Pinot Noir
Sonoma County, 2014

BEEF & FOIE GRAS LASAGNA

pecorino
Scherrer Cabernet Sauvignon
Alexander Valley, Sonoma County (Scherrer Vineyard), 2011

DESSERT COURSE

Chef’s Choice

ABOUT THE WINES

Since Scherrer Winery’s debut in 1991, their goal has been to create handcrafted, full-flavored wines that express the personality of the unique Sonoma County vineyards where they are grown. Fred Scherrer first became known for Zinfandel from his father’s Alexander Valley vineyard, and his careful hand with Pinot Noir from the Russian River and Sonoma County has quietly gained attention and a steady following. That same attention has made Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Grenache that exemplify the bounty of Sonoma County vineyards.