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Rare Hundred Acre Portfolio Tasting 

Pinch me, am I dreaming? Not sure it gets any better than this, A Seven Course wine dinner featuring the full continuum of the Hundred Acre portfolio from Summer Dreams to the Fortunate Son and finishing with Five Hundred Acre wines for Chef Ivan to dream up tantalizing creations!


Reception: Champagne

1st course: Summer Dreams Sauvignon Blanc

2nd course: Summer Dreams Chardonnay

3rd course: Summer Dreams Twilight Pinot Noir

4th course: Fortunate Son

5th course: Two Hundred Acre Wines

6th course: Two Hundred Acre Wines

7th course: One Hundred Acre Wine

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Château Margaux Wine Dinner

Château Margaux, arguably the most iconic wine in history with iconic fans like President Thomas Jefferson. Over the many years I have visited the Château, during En Premier or a more relaxed exploration, I have never had the honor to go shopping in their cellars to select the exact vintages for what will be one of the most memorable wine dinners in Arizona.  This will be a wine dinner never to forget, starting with a heralded wine from the 1980s as we move forward through time. 


Hosted by Château Margaux's Deputy Managing Director, he will take us through a once in a lifetime experience, as we journey through time with one of the most recognizable, historic and important Chateaus in the world all expertly prepared by our masterful Chef to tantalize the senses. The wines are all ex-Château (very rare) which is critical when buying and drinking aged wines - not to mention, these wines have been left in their cellar untouched in perfect condition for decades!


Below is the lineup pending any unforeseen complications:

Château Margaux Pavillon Blanc 2018

Château Margaux Pavillon Rouge 2005

Château Margaux Pavillon Rouge 2009

Château Margaux 2000

Château Margaux 2009

Château Margaux 1996

Château Margaux 1989

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Incredible Bubbles & Caviar Flight

Who doesn't love exceptional bubbles? Caviar fan? Well why not pair them together for a Champagne and caviar extravaganza - not only will you enjoy the various caviars during the event or whenever dinning at the restaurant, but we will leverage our relationship and buying power to make the tins available after the event to enjoy on Valantine's Day, special occasions or simply because its Tuesday! While still in the planning phase, here is a sneak peak of what we are working on... a mix of the below bubbles paired with various caviars!

Ruinart Champagne Blanc de Blancs Brut

Ruinart Champagne Brut Rosé

Ruinart Champagne Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

Ruinart Champagne Dom Ruinart rose

Krug Champagne Brut Grande Cuvée

Krug Champagne Brut Rosé

Dom Pérignon Champagne

Dom Pérignon Champagne Rosé

Dom Pérignon Champagne P2

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Château Léoville Poyferré Wine Dinner

Château Léoville Poyferré dates back to 1638 and was one of the first Châteaus to produce wine in the Medoc along with first Growths Château Margaux & Château Latour. They were at the forefront of modernization with a focus on higher quality from gape to finished wine in bottle. These investments have sky-rocked the quality juice firmly planting this St Julien producer as a premier QPR offering. Come join us to find out just how good these wines are - and even better when paired with Chef Ivan's creative masterpieces.

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Memento Mori Wine Dinner

Not your typical Memento Mori wine dinner, never at Anhelo - and not after having both Sam Kaplan & Hayes Drumwright in town to deep dive into everything under their respective umbrella - which is what set up this one-of-a-kind special dinner in early April. What could possibly be up our sleeves.... only one way to find out.

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Château Cheval Blanc & d'Yquem Wine Dinner Host By Their President

The President of the Iconic Château Cheval Blanc & Château d'Yquem is flying in from Bordeaux to host a Seven Course wine dinner for our valued guests.

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