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Vino 100 Does a Vegetarian Wine Dinner

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Red with meat, white with fish -- where's the love when it comes to pairing wine with foods that aren't critters?

Vino 100, the unassuming little wine shop and bar in Cave Creek, has an event to answer that question.

From 6:30 to 8 p.m., Friday, October 28, Vino 100 will be hosting a Wine Dinner Vegetarian Extravaganza. The seven-course, wine-paired meal includes vegetarian delights like bruschetta with white bean paste, tomato chutney, and reduced balsamic glaze; vegetable pasta roll with kale and pecan pesto, and cranberry pecan lime tart.

See the menu and get the details after the jump.

Vino 100 Wine Dinner Vegetarian Extravaganza

First Course Sundried Tomato and Fresh Mozzarella on Crouton

Second Course Belgian Endive, Boursin Cheese and Braised Leeks

Third Course Bruschetta with White Bean Paste, Tomato Chutney, and Reduced Balsamic Glaze

Fourth Course Roasted Pear Salad with Goat Cheese and Fig Vinaigrette and Sweet Corn Cake

Fifth Course Vegetable Pasta Roll with Kale, Pecan Pesto

Sixth Course Broccoli Raab Sicilian Style

Seventh Course Cranberry Pecan Lime Tart

The vegetarian wine dinner is $40 per person. Seating is limited. Call 480-502-8466 to make a reservation.

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