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Binkley's Restaurant Hosting Wine Dinner With Premier Pinot Noir Vineyard

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If you've been looking for an excuse to get back to Binkley's, the top-notch restaurant of French-informed, modern American fare in Cave Creek, and you're a lover of burgundy-style pinot noirs, this may the event for you.

At 6:30 p.m., Thursday, November 3rd, Binkley's Restaurant will be joining forces with Dukes Family Vineyards, one of the premier pinot noir regions of the world located in the Willamette Valley of Oregon, for a five-course wine dinner and passed hors d'oeuvres.

Like most nights at Binkley's, this event should fill up fast. For details, the full menu, and how to make reservations, follow the jump.


Passed Hors D'oeuvres '10 Blushing Kate

Tuna Tartare pomegranate, avocado, Fresno chile, haricots verts, radish, brown butter crostini '09 Charlotte

Truffle Risotto bacon, baby leeks, endive, parmesan '08 Nipple Hill

Smoked Five Spice Duck Breast rillette, red onion marmalade, rapini, horseradish crepe '06 Thomas

Venison au Poivre huckleberries, sugar snap peas, vanilla spaetzle '08 Alyssa

Vacherin Whipped Potatoes wild mushrooms, caramelized pearl onions, parsley '05 Alyssa

* Ingredients subject to availability.

Binkley's wine dinner starts at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, November 3rd. The cost is $110 per person which includes five courses, six wines (five of the six are pinot noirs), and passed hors d'ouerves. Limited seating. Call 480-437-1072 for reservations.

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