In an evening not to be missed, this Sydney Film Festival package – Tuesday 11th June – includes movie, meal and wine: an Australian Premiere documentary with a menu created by a legendary chef at his hatted restaurant; plus carefully-matched wines from an award-winning Australian producer alongside some famous drops from the Bordeaux region of France. This is the one Sydney Film Festival event where every single sense will be truly satisfied. Book online now << as numbers are strictly limited! RED OBSESSION
Too valuable to drink? The vintage wines of France’s Bordeaux region are now a global commodity, attracting voracious interest from China’s nouveaux riche. This fascinating new Australian documentary, selected for both the Berlinale and Tribeca Film Festival, and narrated by Russell Crowe, explores the impact of our changing international economy and Shanghai’s obsession with these illustrious French vineyards.
Following the movie, enjoy a 3-course ‘Bordeaux inspired’ dinner at hatted restaurant glass brasserie at Sydney’s Hilton Hotel. The evening’s menu has been especially created by Luke Mangan and includes matching Bordeaux old world wines and new world wines by Eden Road Wines.
Headed by award-winning restaurateur Luke Mangan, glass brasserie offers Sydneysiders an unprecedented dining experience in the heart of the city. Offering simplicity, quality and consistency in all aspects of food, wine and service, Luke employs French techniques and international flavours to perfect his Contemporary Australian cuisine.
Level 2, Hilton Sydney, 488 George Street, Sydney
+61 2 9265 6068
Please note: Seating for this dinner will be communal, however bookings of 6 or more can be guaranteed individual tables.
The Gourmet Cinema dinner is available for diners 18 years and above