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Frasca's Monday Dinner; Beaujolais Tour '13; Wine Seminar at Mizuna

BOULDER — On Monday, January 21, Frasca Food and Wine's weekly Monday Night Wine Dinner series features the wines of Ronco Del Gnemiz, Friuli, Italy. This weekly series is co-hosted by Master Sommelier Bobby Stuckey, who works the floor and interacts with guests, and chef/co-owner Lachlan Mackinnon Patterson, who creates a four-course seasonal menu. The Monday Night Wine Dinners are $50 plus an additional charge for pairings. [Eaterwire]

GREENWOOD VILLAGEZink Kitchen + Bar, which was just selected "Judges Choice" at the 2012 Rocky Mountain French-American Chamber of Commerce (RMFACC) Beaujolais and Beyond Festival, will host the Beaujolais Tour '13 from January 21 through January 27, featuring a three-course meal and paired wine for just $50 per person. Call 303.253.3517 for more information and reservations. [Eaterwire]

— Frank has decided to open his highly informative wine and spirits training program at Bonanno Concepts to the public. In 2012, Bonanno Concepts provided staff the opportunity to attend more than 50 wine, beer and spirits classes. This represents more than 1,000 hours of learning done by servers, bar staff, bussers, cooks, managers and chefs last year —all with the end goal of delivering the best guest experience possible. Frank now invites the public to enjoy classes taught by some of the most knowledgeable personalities in Denver. We've already scheduled the first four classes for the season, which will be taught by Wooldridge. See descriptions below:

CAPITOL HILL — On January 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mizuna, Frank Bonanno will host the first of a series of wine seminars previously open only to his staff for training purposes. The Structural Elements of Wine, taught by Bonanno Concepts wine director Kelly Wooldridge, will highlight structural concepts of wine - tannin, acid, alcohol, and sugar. For more information, call 303.832.3532.

FORT COLLINS Friday, February 1 from 7 to 11 p.m., New Belgium Brewing will host the inaugural "Lost in the Woods" sour soiree celebrating New Belgium's passion for sour beers, highlighting the brewery's expanded wood cellar and the third collaboration with Frank Boon for the latest version of Transatlantique Kriek, a sour cherry beer. The party will also feature the premiere of New Belgium's 2013 version of La Folie. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at or at the brewery. [Eaterwire]


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