For the final installment of The Greene House’s summer wine dinner series at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 21, executive chef Raymond Suto promises a fabulous, Southern California-inspired meal accompanied by excellent wines and good company.

The first dinner in the series showcased traditional American farm-to-table cuisine while the second dinner featured California cooking with Asian influences. For the third and final dinner, Chef Raymond is embracing the Mexican and Spanish influences of Southern California.

“California is truly a melting pot of cuisine. There are tons of influences from wine country to fresh west coast fruits and vegetables to various ethnic styles of cooking. My menu is inspired by the very unique tastes, textures and ingredients that make California special,” said Chef Suto.

The dinner, which will highlight an array of wines from Cep Vineyards, will begin with a wine reception, followed by a three-course meal and wine pairings. The featured menu includes:

First Course: Ceviche of Halibut Cheek and Beet chips
Wine Pairing: 2012 Cep Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc, Russian River Valley

Second Course: Spiced Pork Tenderloin with Roasted Corn Tamale, Black bean Puree, Romesco
Wine Pairing: 2010 Cep Vineyards Syrah, Sonoma Coast

Third Course: House Churro with Horchata Gelato, Pilloncillo Carmel
Wine Pairing: 2012 Marenco Strev Moscato D’Asti

Space is limited and reservations are required. Dinner is $50 per person, tax and gratuity not included. Reserve your seat in person or by calling 480-889-9494. Those who cannot make the dinners can take advantage of The Greene House’s Sunday wine special and enjoy half price bottles of wine all day every week.

About The Greene House:
From menu to décor, The Greene House is inspired by the California lifestyle and craftsman-style charm. The menu showcases signature fare made with farm-fresh seasonal ingredients. These signature items evolve throughout the year, based on ingredients that are fresh, plentiful and in-season. The extensive wine list features over 35 wines from boutique California wineries offered by the glass, half decanter or bottle. For more information, visit