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Dom Pérignon gala din­ner

Hong Kong Tatler - - Faces -

Ivy Cheng Mon­ica Wong Guests were in for a big treat at the Asia So­ci­ety Hong Kong by way of an ex­clu­sive din­ner ded­i­cated to Dom Pérignon’s Sec­ond Pléni­tude. The night be­gan with cock­tails on the out­door ter­race of the his­toric Old Vic­to­ria Bar­racks, where at­ten­dees en­joyed a tan­ta­lis­ing se­lec­tion of canapés with Dom Pérignon Blanc Vin­tage 2004. Fol­low­ing a wel­come speech by Shaine Devenny, the man­ag­ing direc­tor of Moët Hen­nessy Di­a­geo Hong Kong, peo­ple were es­corted into the dining room, where they were en­gulfed in a plume of smoke as if trans­ported into a mys­ti­cal realm. Pro­jec­tions on the walls of the dining space added to the at­mos­phere, with pow­er­ful im­agery of ocean waves, ma­jes­tic moun­tains and mov­ing clouds set­ting the tone. De­lec­ta­ble sur­prises on the ta­bles awaited, in­clud­ing lan­gous­tine with pa­paya and caviar tartare, guinea fowl and gin­ger red curry, all paired with Dom Pérignon P2 Vin­tage 1998. Olivia Lee-davies, Mon­ica Wong and Reg­gie Li-kwok, as well as Dom Pérignon’s chef de cave, Richard Ge­of­froy, were among those in at­ten­dance.

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