GLENDALE— On Tuesday, June 17, Jax Glendale and Food & Wine's 2012 Winemaker of the Year, Helen Keplinger, are hosting a wine dinner. Keplinger's wines will be paired with dishes from a five-course menu, including duck prosciutto, foie gras pate, abalone, duck & scallop and chocolate orange torte. Cost is $125. Reservations and more information at http://www.jaxfishhouse.com/glendale. [Eaterwire]
HIGHLANDS— On Tuesday, June 17 at 6:30 p.m., Z Cuisine and Johan Vineyards is hosting a wine dinner. Winemaker Dag Dundby will be on hand to discuss his wines from Willamette Valley, Oregon. Wines will be paired with a four-course menu, including pea soup with lobster brioche club sandwich, Alaskan sockeye salmon roulade and lightly smoked Colorado Berkshire pork tenderloin, Tickets are $85 per person. For reservations call 303.477.1111. [Eaterwire]
DOWNTOWN— Slow Food USA is hosting its inaugural Slow Meat Symposium from June 20–22 at the Auraria Higher Education Center. The event will feature facilitated discussions among 100 delegates from across the United States, including ranchers, farmers, butchers, policy makers, Slow Food leaders and consumers. More information on Slow Meat here. [Eaterwire]
SOUTH BROADWAY - Corvus Coffee Roasters launched their first bottled cold brew product, Hopped Cold Brew coffee. It's brewed on a pilot beer system, which is then dry hopped with whole cone citrus hops. This product will be available at Whole Foods and some local shops.