Oenophiles can now mix a long finish with the beauty of flight thanks to a new wine bar and restaurant at the Scottsdale Airpark.
Twisted Rose Winery and Eatery opened Friday, June 7, courtesy of Frank Yaconis and executive chef Nick Schaus, owners of Casavino Winery in Fountain Hills. The new wine bar and restaurant will offer Casavino's line of wines by the bottle or by the glass, and many varieties will be made on site.
Here's what else food and wine lovers can expect:
Along with signature wine varieties like Malbec, Orange Muscat, and Malvasia Bianca, craft brews, including Shipwrecked Imperial IPA and Mr. Pineapple, as well as martinis, will also be available.
The menu, created by Schaus, features familiar and wine-friendly American dishes such as grilled artichokes, stuffed pork loin, and maple-glazed salmon along with salads and sandwiches.
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"I am using Casavino's entire suite of wines in my dishes," says Schaus. "We want the diner to experience these wines in every facet of their meal. Wine transcends simply sipping it from the glass."
Twisted Rose Winery and Eatery 15040 North Northsight Boulevard, Scottsdale 480-398-7700 www.twistedrosewinery.com
Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday