A new partnership between VistaJet and Four Seasons Hualalai is being launched with wine and culinary weekend at the 5-star Big Island resort.
The event will coincide with the 5-star resort’s 2023 Winemaker in Residence series. This event is in collaboration with Napa Valley’s Harlan Family Wines.
A press release states, “The journey will begin on board an aircraft arranged by VistaJet with the iconic silver and red livery, arriving at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai from anywhere in the world.”
Once on-site, the weekend’s highlight is a four-course menu designed to tell the story of Harlan Estate’s wines.
Francois Vignaud, Harlan Estate’s Wine Director, will guide guests through a curated tasting of four vintages, Bill Harlan’s history, and the Napa winery’s story.
Leona Qi, President of VistaJet US, said, “We are delighted to partner with Four Seasons Resort Hualalai and look forward to arranging flights for guests from all over the globe for a one-of-a-kind experience set within Hualalai’s most desirable locations.”
The program starts on Friday, May 26, with the Harlan Estate wine dinner at oceanfront Ulu Ocean Grill. The meal will be prepared by Executive Chef Richard Polhemous.
On Saturday, there is a golf reception and activities at Hualalai Golf Hale.
In the evening is an Omakase sushi experience at Ulu Ocean Grill.
VistaJet’s fleet of private jets accommodates Roundtrip private jet travel.
Charlie Parker, Regional Vice President & General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, said, “Four Seasons Resort Hualālai has long been recognized for its bespoke programming, which not only celebrates the local culture but brings in innovative partners. The introduction of this partnership showcases the Resort’s dedication to creating an exceptional end-to-end experience for its guests.”
The Memorial Day weekend event is part of a collaboration between VistaJet and the Four Seasons Resorts Hawaii Collection.
The partnership includes exclusive benefits available year-round for VistaJet Members and Four Seasons Resorts Hawaii guests.