Hui No’eau presents 4th Annual Wailea Food & Wine Celebration

October 28, 2010, 11:38 AM HST · Updated October 28, 11:38 AM
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Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center Presents the 4th Annual Wailea Food & Wine Celebration, Li`ula i Wailea – Twilight at Wailea.  The event is a benefit for the Hui in support of community arts education and is sponsored by Chambers & Shambers Wine Merchants.  The event date is Friday, November 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Hotel Wailea.

Photo courtesy Hui Noeau.

Photo courtesy Hui Noeau.

Join talented local chefs and the finest vintners from across the nation at the 4th annual benefit for Hui No`eau Visual Arts Center and their work in community arts education. Surrounded by the peaceful ambience and tropical views of Hotel Wailea, guests will experience incredible culinary variety while comparing the truly exquisite wines provided by Chambers & Chambers Wine Merchants. Chat with the vintners, relax in the company of friends, and demonstrate support for Hui No`eau.

Cost is $125 per person ($75 tax-deductible) and can be purchased by calling (808) 572-6560.   Be amongst the first 100 to purchase a ticket for a chance to win “Pa`a” by Maui sculptor Tim Garcia, valued at $1,200. Winning guests must be present at time of drawing.

Guests will also have the opportunity to participate in an auction for an exclusive VIP getaway for 2 to Napa Valley, including 3 nights at the Olive House nestled on a 100-year old olive grove at the Turley Wine Cellars in St. Helena, CA. Compliments of Larry Turley and Suzanne Chambers. Restrictions apply.

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A wine connoisseur’s paradise, last year’s event featured exceptional wine pairings from acclaimed vintners such as Grgich Hills Estate, Jordan Winery, Justin Vineyards & Winery and Shafer Vineyards.

Bringing the best in Maui cuisine, the event has featured chefs from Capische, Catering from Soup to Nuts, Cuatro Restaurant, Five Palms Restaurant, MCC Culinary Academy and Spago Maui.

Good company. Stunning views. Relaxed atmosphere. Worthy cause.



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