Seven Don't-Miss Wine & Farm (& Tequila!) Dinners in Metro Phoenix
Whether you're looking for the perfect way to celebrate a special occasion, or just want an excuse to enjoy a decadent and delicious night out, there's a dinner this spring for everyone, including wine lovers, tequila aficionados, and fans of farm fresh ingredients. Some dinners are on weekdays, others are on the weekend, and several of them will run throughout the summer. While it's nearly impossible to make it to them all, we recommend booking a plate at one or two of these to make the most of the season.
Silver Oak Wine Dinner at Rancho Pinot
Thursday, April 26 @ 6:00 p.m.
Featuring Silver Oak & Twomey Wines, this five-course dinner includes warm gougeres with prosciutto & shallot jam, house-cured and grilled duck breast, and cherry-cabernet compote. With only forty seats available, last-minute reservations should be made ASAP. This dinner is $125 per person. 480-397-8030
Different Pointe of View Insider's View Dinner
Friday, April 27 @ 6:15 p.m.
As a continuation of the restaurant's Insider's View dinner series, this four-course dinner features the best that Roth Estate Winery and Executive Chef Anthony DeMuro have to offer. There will be a wine-pairing demonstration, and the meal is prepared tableside. This dinner is limited to 12 guests and costs $99 per person. 602-866-6350
Arizona Stronghold Vineyards Wine Scoring Dinner & Class
Sunday, April 29 @ 6:30 p.m. (Golf check-in at 3:15 p.m.)
Ever wonder what a 90-point wine score means? Learn the art of scoring wines with a blind tasting with Ambassador of Wine Education Justin Ove. For only $40, enjoy a buffet-style dinner and the wine tasting class. Or, turn it into a wine and golf lover's dream for $75, which includes 9 holes on Gainey Ranch's award-winning Lakes Course, complimentary refreshments before play, the blind tasting class, and dinner. 928-639-2789
6208 N. Scottsdale Road, Paradise Valley, AZ