Down Under Wines & Bistro gets Busy in December and Candy Cane Biscotti in Today's Eater's Digest

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Late Harvest, Greek Wine Dinner, and Sushi & Wine
Gilbert's Down Under Wines has a busy month ahead of them! Join the popular wine bar tonight for an evening of food and wine from Greece during their latest Tour Around the World Dinner or hang out with them this Saturday, December 10th, the Australian wine and bistro welcomes back the tunes of Late Harvest for your listening pleasure while you enjoy their new and improved menu. Build-your-own cheese board while sipping on a glass of your favorite red wine or get in touch with your adventurous side with a bowl of piping hot Kangaroo chili. Yum!

If that's not enough, there are a few spots left to help celebrate their very own wine steward Adam's birthday.Thursday, December 15th at 6:30 p.m., sit down for a one-of-a-kind four-course sushi and wine dinner.  $45 ++ per person. Click here to see the full calender of events and to make reservations for any of Gilbert hot spots events. 

14 Days of December Desserts

It's day three of our holiday dessert count down and today's treat comes from none other then Tracey at Tracey's Culinary Adventures. This Candy Cane Biscotti is just too pretty not to make. The crispy cookies are dipped in white chocolate and then sprinkled with crushed peppermint giving them just the right amount of holiday charm. 

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