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Binkley's Restaurant Announces 2014 Series of Six-Course Wine Dinners

Binkley's Restaurant
Binkley's Restaurant
Binkley's Restaurant

Local favorite Binkley’s Restaurant will feature a series of special, six-course dinners with accompanied wine pairings from both national and international vineyards.

These seasonal wine dinners with accompanied wine pairings range between $120-150 per person, tax and gratuity not included. Reservations can be made at or by calling 480-437-1072.

Chef Kevin Binkley looks forward to collaborating once again with Donnafugata wines of Italy, as well as Tres Sabores wines, and the Frank Family Vineyards of California. Chef Kevin Binkley tailors his menus specifically to the wines featured. Binkley’s wine dinners are always much-anticipated events and guests are encouraged to make reservations early.

The schedule of upcoming wine dinners is as follows:

February 19, 2014 Italian Wine Dinner (Donnafugata Wines)

March 10, 2014 Tres Sabores Wine Dinner

March 31, 2014 Frank Family Wine Dinner

Chef Kevin Binkley is a consecutive James Beard Award finalist for Best Chef of the Southwest. He also owns Café Bink, Bink’s Midtown, and Bink’s Scottsdale.

And, for those looking for a teaser for the first of the eye-popping dinners, we are pleased to present a preview:

Passed hors d’oeuvres:
Fried White Anchovies

Marscarpone Vol-au-vont
Tomato jam, basil

Lemoncello Caperberries

Nasturtiums Wrapped in Steak Carpaccio
White truffle oil

Sopressata Arancini


Prosciutto & Apple
Arugula, Parmesan, fennel, fruit bread crostini
Anthilia 2012

Fusilli Pugliesi
Spicy broccoli raab, mortadella, pistachios, lemon
Chiaranda 2009

Seared Tuna
Oregano, olives, capers, sunchoke, balsamic
Sedara 2011

Charred sweet onion, puntarella, smoked cranberry mostarda, pork jus
Tancredi 2008

Bisteca alla Florentina
Spinach & potato frittata, pecorino, herb-garlic relish
Mille Una Notte 2007

Apricot Ricotta
Ricotta cookies, almonds, rhubarb
Ben Rye 2010

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