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HONOLULU Magazine’s Rosé Soirée 2019

Rosé all day! Celebrate with HONOLULU Magazine at the Rosé Soirée presented by Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan on Saturday, Oct. 12, at Ward Village’s IBM Building.



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HONOLULU Magazine’s Rosé Soirée

Photo: Courtesy of ‘Alohilani Resort

 

Rosé is having a revolution. We’ve heard it on the grapevine and seen it trending on Instagram (#yeswayrosé). Rosé has become the wine for millennials; but, whether you’re celebrating your 21st birthday for the first or third time, as long as you hit that minimum age, we won’t discriminate. Sip on a selection of refreshing rosé wines and bites from some of Hawai‘i’s top restaurants, including:

 

 

Plus, keep cool with Gazoz (non-alcoholic) sparkling water.

 

PAI Honolulu

Citrus cured wild king salmon mousse and yuzu marinated ikura on a sourdough baguette from PAI Honolulu.
Photo: David Croxford

 

Enjoy a pampering station from Heaven on Earth Salon and Day Spa.

 

A portion of the proceeds benefit Hoʻōla Nā Pua.

 

HNL Tix buy now

 

General Admission tickets: $65

Unlimited rosé and small dish selections.

 

VIP tickets: $95

Unlimited rosé and small dish selections including early entry at 5:30 p.m., access to the VIP lounge plus, savor dishes from award-winning Senia.

 

Special mahalo to AIX Rosé

 

 

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