The Café Trio in Cottonwood is pleased to host a wine dinner featuring wines from the beautiful Santa Barbara region of California. Taste through some of Santa Barbara’s best wines—highlighting the diversity of the climate and soil of the region which produces some quality grape varietals. Executive Chef Tara Juhl will match some exciting food pairings to complement the wines. Cost is $40 for the food pairing and $30 for the wine tasting. The evening begins at 7 p.m. Email email@example.com for reservations.
Save the date! Thursday, October 20 at 7:30 Manoli's will be hosting winemaker John Kapranopolous from @duckhornvineyard with a portfolio of wines represented by Vine Lore. 6 courses will be paired with delicious Decoy wines from California. Seating is limited so call and save your spot today. Full menu and details available on our website. http://www.manolison9th.com/menu/
Decoy wine dinner at Manoli’s
Manoli’s will host a winemaker’s dinner on Thursday, October 20 with Decoy wines and winemaker John Kapranopolous from Duckhorn Vineyards. Decoy is known for offering a wonderful collection of estate wines for over two decades in the Sonoma and Napa regions of California. Manoli’s will be serving a six-course meal including octopus, braised rabbit and silky panna cotta paired with Decoy wines from California. The dinner begins at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $50 for food and $45 for wine. To see the full menu and RSVP, visit here.
Pago Harvest Dinner at Frog Bench Farms
The changing of seasons is such an enjoyable part of living in Utah. The switch from long and hot summer days to the cool, crisp fall air with paintbrush-colored leaves scattered underfoot tells us fall is here, albeit briefly, before the winter snows descend. To welcome in fall, join Ruth Lewandowski Wines winemaker Evan Lewandowski alongside Pago and Frog Bench Farms for a special harvest dinner beginning at 5:30 p.m. This small, intimate dinner features a farm-to-table tasting menu from Pago chefs and wines from Ruth Lewandowski Wines. Cost for the evening is $65 for the tasting menu and $55 for wines. The event is limited to 36 guests and will be hosted at Frog Bench Farms, 2404 E. Blaine Avenue, at two communal tables in one of the greenhouses. Cost for the evening is $65 for the tasting menu and $55 for wines. The event is limited to 36 guests and will be hosted at Frog Bench Farms, 2404 E. Blaine Avenue. Tickets are available for purchase here.
Tin Angel Café’s Blackout Dinner
Once again, Tin Angel will host its annual Blackout Dinner each night from Tuesday, October 25 to Saturday, October 28. Enjoy four courses for $40 or $66.60 includes wine pairings while blindfolded! For reservations and more information call at 801-328-4155.
Join winemaker Luisa Vieira de Sousa Borges of Vieira de Sousa and Brad Jensen of Bon Vivant Imports on Saturday, October 29 at 7 p.m. to explore some amazing and unique port selections. Port is a classic fortified wine that originated from the Douro Valley in northern Portugal and has a long tradition as an after-dinner drink. Port has evolved and modernized over the years and there are now so many different variations and styles that it can be enjoyed with a wide variety of food, appetizers, desserts, and even a Port cocktail with tonic as a pre-dinner beverage. The chefs at Pago have created a four-course tasting menu to pair with each of the ports and showcase the variety of colors, textures and flavors (including white, tawny, late-bottled vintage or LBV, and vintage). Three of the port wines are special ordered for Finca, so you’ll get to try some really spectacular options that aren’t currently available off-the-shelf. Cost of the dinner is $45 with the port pairings and additional $45. Seating is limited to 26 guests. Purchase tickets online.