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Wrigley Mansion 2017 Wine Dinner Series

Posted on: January 12th, 2017 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

When was the last time you visited the Wrigley Mansion and dined at Geordie’s Steak? Aside from being regarded as a destination for fine dining, the restaurant also has incredible global wine varieties with numerous “Best of Award of Excellence” designations from Wine Spectator Magazine and even better company. If you were looking for a reason to get back to or to try out the restaurant, you have seven phenomenal opportunities with a wine dinner series featuring Master Sommelier Michael Jordan from Jackson Family Wines and over 560 fine wines. 
The epic wine dinner series at Wrigley Mansion begins on January 24th with an exciting “New Oregon” event that will feature sustainably produced wine varieties from across the Pacific Northwestern state, from the Willamette Valley to the Dundee Hills. The multi-course meal will feature perfectly paired wines with each course and followed up with a revolving list of wine dinners with varying themes and highlights. You’ll be able to compare and contrast California’s wine contributions from Sonoma and the Napa Valley, or a trip though Tuscany.
The wine dinner series at Wrigley Mansion will begin at 6:30pm and will cost $75 per person, not including tax or gratuity. Peruse the full line up below and make your reservations now!
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Wine Dinner Series at Wrigley Mansion

New Oregon | January 24, 2017

From the Willamette Valley to the Dundee Hills, wine-growing is taking over Oregon. Join Geordie’s Steak for a multi-course meal where fine, sustainably produced Pacific Northwest wines will be served alongside an array of inventive and complementing culinary offerings.

Freemark Abbey | May 10, 2017

Sip and sample your way through an array of fine wines from the Napa Valley’s Freemark Abbey Winery. Enjoy the dinner on its own or sign on to take part in a blending seminar, where Freemark Abbey winery representatives and guests will self-blend barrel samples straight from the winery’s headquarters in St. Helena, California.

Compare & Contrast | June 20, 2017

When it comes to California wine, does Sonoma or Napa Valley reign supreme? You be the judge at Geordie’s “Compare & Contrast” wine dinner, where we’ll be featuring the finest wines from two of the United States’ most revered and visited wine-growing regions.

Cruising Highway 101 |  August 23, 2017

Take a tasting trip through some of the nation’s most notable wineries at Geordie’s “Cruising Highway 101” wine-pairing dinner. U.S. Highway 101 runs north-south through California, Oregon, Washington and Arizona, and this multi-course meal will give diners a glimpse of the different techniques, flavors and wine-producing practices preferred in each state.

A Taste of Tuscany & Beyond | September 19, 2017

Italy is arguably the center of the worldwide wine trade, and with good reason. This multi-course dinner delves into the wide world of Italian wine production, and diners will enjoy a broad array of outstanding wines served up alongside regional tastes and flavors.

Around the World | October 12, 2017

Join Geordie’s Steak for an “around-the-world” wine-pairing dinner featuring some of the finest wine varieties from Italy, France, the United States and beyond. Enjoy each glass alongside a culinary specialty from the region of the world the wine comes from, and compare and contrast the flavors and tastes of each while deciding for yourself which region reigns supreme.

Cabs & Cuts | November 15, 2017

Save the cooking for Thanksgiving and join Geordie’s for “Cabs & Cuts,” an expertly planned wine-pairing dinner featuring different cabernet blends and an abundance of premium-quality beef. Compare cabernet varieties alongside various cuts of Arizona-raised Cedar River Farms beef, plus enjoy oysters and an array of other special extras along the way.
Seating is extremely limited at all events in Geordie’s Steak’s 2017 Wine Dinner Series, so reserve a space today by calling 602.955.4079. For more on Geordie’s Steak or the Wrigley Mansion, visit
Wrigley Mansion | 2501 E. Telawa Trail | Phoenix | 85016 | 602.955.4079

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About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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