Flemings La Jolla Hosts Wine Pairing Dinner Featuring Tobin JamesJanuary 12, 2019
On January 25th, Fleming’s La Jolla will host a special wine pairing dinner featuring five incredible wines from Tobin James Cellars. This one-night-only event includes a perfectly prepared five-course menu expertly curated for the occasion by Chef Partner Matt Cook — and we are giving away two tickets!
We are giving away two tickets to the Tobin James wine pairing dinner at Flemings La Jolla! Tickets are valued at $125 per person. Entries must be submitted by January 22nd, 2019. To enter, visit our Giveaway Page. If you win, you’ll receive an email with instructions and details on the event!
Here’s a sneak peek at the five-course menu for this year’s Tobin James Wine Dinner.
- Stuffed Baby Heirloom Tomatoes with chÃ¨vre, mint pesto, pistachios.
- TOBIN JAMES Dream Weaver Sparkling California, NV
- Dungeness Crab Louie with red leaf lettuce, blood orange remoulade, roasted red pepper jam, shaved jicama.
- TOBIN JAMES James Gang Reserve Chardonnay Monterey County, 2015
- Crispy Korean Pork Belly with marinated radish, potato pancake, pork jus.
- TOBIN JAMES, Black Magic Petite Sirah Paso Robles, 2014
- Kona-Rubbed Wagyu Ribeye Medallion with spicy smashed cauliflower, gorgonzola cream.
- TOBIN JAMES, Fat Boy Zinfandel Paso Robles, 2015
- Humboldt Fog Cheesecake with walnut crust, fig jam, prosciutto dust.
- TOBIN JAMES, Liquid Love Late Harvest Zinfandel Paso Robles, 2013
About Flemings Steakhouse La Jolla
Fleming’s La Jolla is located at 8970 University Center Lane, San Diego 92122. Flemings’ menu is filled with your fresh favorites and a local chef’s table that changes monthly with fresh produce and seasonal flavors. The bar manager here has curated a wide selection of locally selected wines, handcrafted cocktails, and distilled spirits for all palettes.
About Tobin James
Tobin James was the original winemaker at another familiar winery, Peachy Canyon. He put his name–and Paso Robles–on the map, when the very first wine he made won a spot on the coveted “top 100” wines of the year with the Wine Spectator. It wasn’t until 1993, after numerous gold medals and scores of 90+ on his wines, that Tobin decided to build his own winery on highway 46 east of Paso Robles.