Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar: Opening Nights

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Fleming's prides themselves on pouring 100 wines by the glass at each of their locations.  They're unveiling an updated list of wines this month, and each Thursday in September you can try 20 of these wines along with light appetizers for $25.  Stay for dinner and they'll give you a dining credit of $25.  More details from the press release: 

WHAT: This unprecedented series features tastings of the entire Fleming’s 100, the award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass unveiled each September. It is a rare opportunity for all guests to sniff, swirl, sip and spit like an international wine buyer.

WHEN: Every Thursday in September 2010 (September 2, 9, 16, 23, 30) from 5:30pm – 7:00 pm

COST: $25 per guest
Guests attending an Opening Night event will also receive a $25 Dining Credit for the main dining room that evening.

WHERE: Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
217 Stuart Street, Boston, MA
(next to The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers)
617-292-0808 / flemingssteakhouse.com

Click here for wines (20) served at each Opening Night.

Here's a list of wines being poured on September 23rd:

  • SCHRAMSBERG, Blanc de Blancs North Coast, 2006
White Wines of Interest
  • MÖNCHSHHOF, Riesling Spätlese Mosel Slate Germany, 2008/2009*
  • CANTINA TERLANO, Pinot Grigio Alto Adige Italy, 2008
  • MASO CANALI, Pinot Grigio Trentino Italy, 2008
  • CANYON ROAD, California, 2009
  • SONOMA-CUTRER, Sonoma Coast Russian River Ranches, 2008
  • DMZ, Western Cape South Africa, 2008
  • BENZIGER, Carneros Sangiacomo Vineyard, 2007
Pinot Noir
  • MARK WEST, California, 2008
  • RITUAL, Casablanca Valley Chile, 2008
  • CAMBRIA, Santa Maria Valley Julia's Vineyard, 2007
Syrah/Shiraz/Petite Sirah/Zinfandel
  • OTTIMINO, Zinfandel Sonoma County Zinfinity, 2006/2007*
  • ORIN SWIFT, The Prisoner Napa Valley, 2008
  • MARKHAM, Napa Valley, 2006
  • CAIN, Cuvée Napa Valley NV6/NV7
Cabernet / Cabernet Blend
  • FRANCIS COPPOLA DIAMOND COLL., Claret California Black Label, 2007/2008*
  • YALUMBA, Barossa Valley The Scribbler Australia, 2007/2008*
  • HESS, Napa Valley Allomi Vineyard, 2007
  • TREFETHEN, Double T Napa Valley, 2007
  • HALL, Napa Valley, 2006
On September 30th, the wines will be chosen by each local wine director/general manager.

I've enjoyed their by-the-glass selections in the past and I see some familiar favorites on this list.  The Maso Canali, Sonoma-Cutrer, Cambria, and Hall wines jump out at me, and others look appealing as well. I think they do a nice job with their wine program - this looks like a good opportunity.

Further Reading: 10 ways to get into wine without spending top dollar.


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