Starting in July now serving brunch on SATURDAY & SUNDAY 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. PAIRINGS WINE | SPIRITS | BEER 44 Bootlegger 1411 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth, 817-887-9089, 44bootlegger.com • July 12, “Winyl” Dinner Chef Jaime Fernandez prepares a four-course dinner to pair with Spanish and French wines. Music is provided by local spinners HD Vinyl and HiFi. 6 p.m., $75. Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine 4259 Bryant Irvin Road, Fort Worth, 817-738-5489, bonnellstexas.com • July 27, Becker Vineyards Dinner Owner-chef Jon Bonnell crafts a pairings-perfect dinner to match wines from the famous Stonewall, Texas, winery. Award-winning wines include Texas cabernet, reserve malbec, reserve viognier and reserve tempranillo. Owners Richard and Bunny Becker are expected to attend; time and price to be announced. Café Modern Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth, 817-840-2157, themodern.org • July 27, Italian Wine Dinner Chef Denise Shavandy and her culinary team fashion a fi ve-course feast to pair with wines from the Lombardy region around Milan, presented by Serafi no Repetti of Tenuta Scarpa Colombi. Pairings to include grilled fl ank steak and risotto with Marubbio Bonarda and hazelnut torte with Alfredo Piemonte Moscato. 6:30 p.m., $99 for museum members, $1 15 nonmembers. The Capital Grille 800 Main St., Fort Worth, 817-348-9200, thecapitalgrille.com • July 10, The Generous Pour The annual summer celebration of a select group of wines earning ratings of 90-plus points returns. Guests are invited to enjoy one or all of these exceptional wines at a bargain price — this year’s vintages are announced July 10 on the website — along with dinner nightly through Sept. 3. 4-1 1 p.m., $28. Central Market Cooking School Chapel Hill Shopping Center, 4651 West Freeway, Fort Worth, 817-377-9005, centralmarket.com • July 5, Seasonal Supper with Chateau Biac Part of this month’s celebration of female winemakers, this pairings dinner explores Bordeaux wine. Family-style servings of a three-course summer menu with matching wines include chilled carrot-melon-ginger gazpacho with Secret de Chateau Biac; and zucchini tart with tomato sauce, grilled kafta skewers and Basque-style chicken with B de Biac. Youmna and Yasmina Asseily introduce wines. 6:30 p.m., $65. Enjoy pours from Becker Vineyards at Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine. Photo courtesy of Becker Vineyards • July 9, Small Plates Wine Lunch Mollie Battenhouse, master of wine and wine education for Jackson Family Wines, talks about pours from the California vineyards served at this four-course lunch. A sampling of pairings includes lavender, thyme and lemon-poached lobster in coconut milk with Matanzas Creek sauvignon blanc; and farrow risotto with mushrooms and Galerie Pleinair cabernet sauvignon. Noon, $55. The Classic at Roanoke 504 N. Oak St., Roanoke, 817-430-8185, theclassiccafe.com • July 25, Wine with Francis Resident wine expert Francis Silmon takes guests on a themed tour of a selection of wines. Great wines for grilling are the July roundup, with several wines served alongside appetizers from chef Charles Youts. 6:30 p.m., $60. Local Foods Kitchen 4548 Hartwood Drive, Fort Worth, 817-238-3464, localfoodskitchen.com • July 13, Bastille Day Wine Dinner Celebrate the French Revolution at a four-course dinner prepared by owner-chef Katie Schma and chef de cuisine Charles Atkinson. Pairings include citrus Gulf shrimp ceviche with 2016 Cenyth Rosé from Sonoma County and grilled rib-eye with 2005 Chateau Vignot from Saint-Emilion. 6:30, $85. Messina Hof Winery 201 S. Main St., Grapevine, 817-442-8463, messinahof.com • July 5, 19, Wine & Chocolate Tasting 5-8 p.m., $20 • July 22, Prohibition Murder Mystery Dinner Someone gets waxed at the Wallis Hotel juice joint in downtown Grapevine, and everyone’s a suspect until the murder is solved. A four-course feast with wine pairings is at the heart of this dinner theater evening. 6 p.m., $69.95. Put a Cork in It 2972 Park Hill Drive, Fort Worth, 817-924-2675, putacorkinitwine.com • July 20, Bubbles Tasting Summer-perfect sparkling wines are the feature, with six selections from around the world poured. Owner-sommelier Chris Keel provides details on each choice. 5-7:30 p.m., complimentary. Silver Fox Steakhouse 1651 S. University Drive, Fort Worth, 817-332-9060; 1235 William D. Tate, Grapevine, 817-329-6995; silverfoxcafe.com • July 5, Sommelier for a Day Enjoy six French wines alongside passed appetizers; the wine chosen as the evening’s favorite will be August’s wine of the month. 5-7 p.m., $20. Tarrant Area Food Bank Demonstration Kitchen 2525 Cullen St., Fort Worth, 817-857-7100, tafb.org/tafb-events/ • July 20, Empty Bowls Chef Series Tokyo Cafe/Yatai Food Kart chef Kevin Martinez kicks off a new fundraising program. An interactive demo format three-course Asian dinner includes wine and spirits pairings. Proceeds feed the hungry; series continues monthly through October. Tickets at tafb.org/tafb-events/. 6 p.m., $75. Our eye-opening brunch includes a variety of eggs benedict and omelet selections. Tempt your palate with french toast, shrimp & grits, or a fried egg sandwich. Heartier appetites will enjoy the chicken-fried steak or steak & eggs. Screwdrivers, bloody marys, bellinis, and mimosas are on special during brunch for only $2. CAT CITY GRILL STEAK • SEAFOOD SIGNATURE SANDWICHES 1208 W Magnolia Ave. 817.916.5333 • CatCityGrill.com • July 7, Small Plates Pairings with Penner-Ash Wine Cellars Another in the female winemaker series, this evening Oregon enologist Lauren Wheeler will be part of Central Market’s female features a sampling of wines from Oregon winemaker celebration. introduced by head enologist Lauren Photo courtesy of Penner-Ash Wine Cellars Wheeler. Grilled peach salad is paired with viognier, sage-and-honey-basted quail with pinot noir and lamb meatballs with rubéo. 6:30 p.m., $55. The Wine Thief Omni Hotel Fort Worth, Central Market Cooking School Shops of Southlake, 1300 Houston St., 817-350-4108, omnihotels.com 1425 E. Southlake Blvd., 817-310-5665, centralmarket.com • July 19, A Study of Pinot Noir A wine expert takes guests • July 6, Seasonal Supper with Cambria Estate This through a monthly themed tasting. Six wines are poured and three celebration of female winemakers showcases wines from a Santa or more small plates from adjacent Bob’s Steak & Chop House Barbara County winery and vineyard, whose assistant winemaker, are paired with wines. Email reservation to Katie Povah, introduces the pours at a four-course dinner and firstname.lastname@example.org. 6 p.m., $50. demonstration. Among pairings, enjoy watermelon, cucumber, basil and toasted pine nut salad with pinot noir; and summer vegetable-chevre tart with chardonnay. 6:30 p.m., $55.