Beginning tonight and continuing through the rest of the month, Fleming's Steakhouse, the meat palace at 191 Inverness Drive West, is rolling out the red carpet for oenophiles -- at least on Thursday nights, when grape gurus can sniff, swirl, sip (and spit?) from the steakery's majestic wine-by-the-glass selection for a drop in the bucket.
The two-hour tastings, which begin at 5:30 p.m., include light hors d'oeurvres and samples of twenty different wines, all for $25. The wines, poured from Fleming's cellar, will be presented in a classic wine tasting format served by intensity, from lightest to full-bodied. Added bonus: Stay for dinner and the steakhouse will knock $25 off your bill.
Reservations for the wine tastings are required, and can be made by calling 303-768-0827.
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