I guess that is not so far fetched since you have film makers like Coppola as wine makers.
Fleming’s Steakhouse is hosting a vintage rock wine dinner featuring wines with roots in rock ‘n’ roll.
Rock legends Mick Fleetwood from Fleetwood Mac and Patrick Simmons from the Doobie Brothers are wine aficianados! Fleetwood grows grapes in Santa Barbara and Monterey counties (Calif.) and likes soft non-tannin drinkable wines. The Doobie Red, B.R. Cohn Winery’s Bruce Cohn has managed the Doobie Brothers for three decades. The Collector Series is a “blend of premium Bordeaux varietals that end on a smooth note that lasts and lasts.”
Check for the Fleming’s nearest you for the three-course rock wine dinner ($55/person does not include tax or gratuity) but does include refills, rock ‘n’ roll trivia, signed CDs, great music all evening long and of course fab food like rockin’ shrimp, killer filet mignon, and smokin’ brownie sundae.
Tuesday, March 10 or Friday, March 13
Rock on, Karyn Zoldan