Wine will be flowing even more freely and passionately tonight at Domani. The restaurant in Admiralty has flown in 30 Italian winemakers for a dinner party and t?te-?-t?te with local wine buffs. Following the speed-dating format, the wine producers will change tables after each dish throughout the six-course meal to meet and greet as many customers as possible. 'The best way to learn about wines is to drink them, and when you taste a wine you will be exposed to different sensations,' said participant Marko Primosic, of Primosic Winery. 'Meeting the producer is an additional sensation. It's like you read a book and get to meet the writer. And yes, I can autograph bottles as well.' With the waiving of the wine tariff and rising number of wine auctions, Primosic reckons the city will grow into a major wine hub. 'Hong Kong is playing, and will play in the future, a very important role in the wine business for Asia,' he said. 'But now, I feel wine is more of a status symbol than a beverage. There's more interest in 'speculative' wines and this is driving the prices extremely high. 'There is no good wine or bad wine, there is only wine you like and wine you don't like. It's as simple as that.'