A Pinot Noir Celebration at Four Seasons Maui

Many travelers visit Four Seasons Resorts for their luxurious accommodations and consistent service, but others are drawn to the properties for their Unforgettable Events, a new series of unique experiences in sports, wellness, and food and wine. The latest event caters to wine lovers from June 7 to June 9 at the Four Seasons Resort Maui, where four California Pinot Noir producers—Anthill Farms Winery, Brewer-Clifton, Costa de Oro, and Patz & Hall—will host exclusive pairing dinners and tastings ($198 per person for dinners; $98 per person for tasting seminars). The Four Pinots at Four Seasons event will feature four different intimate wine-pairing dinners, open to no more than 50 guests, on each of the first two nights, and a golf tournament followed by lunch ($250 per person) on June 9.

 

Four Pinots will conclude on Saturday night with an oceanfront gala at sunset ($189 per person), where the culinary team will prepare local foods, including olive oil tastings, hand crafted goat cheeses, and a pig roast, served with more than 40 wines. (808.874.2201, www.fourseasons.com/maui)

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