News! Citricos and Flying Fish Cafe Wine Dinners Announced at Walt Disney World

Here’s some fun news if you’re headed to Walt Disney World this Spring or Summer!

Citricos at the Grand Floridian Resort has announced two more wine dinners for 2013! And Flying Fish Cafe on Disney’s BoardWalk will host a wine dinner May 31st!

Flying Fish, a signature restaurant at Disney’s BoardWalk Resort.

If you’re looking for a special evening, a wine dinner at Citricos or the Flying Fish Cafe is sure to be memorable!

Citricos Wine Dinners

Thursday June 6th — Reata Winery. Wine Maker Nori Nakamura will be hosting the event.
Thursday August 22nd — Jax Vineyards. Hosted by Alexis Rose Depe.

Each exclusive event offers only 10 seats in the private Chef’s Domain dining room. Celebrate your special event, or a fabulous date night while in Disney World!

Details and Booking

Time: 6:00 – 8:30 PM
Price: $155 (includes gratuity) plus tax
Reservations: Call 407-824-3988 or email Keith Gimbel at A credit card is required to guarantee your seats.

Sparkling Wine at Citricos!

Flying Fish Cafe Wine Dinner

The Flying Fish Café Team will host another Winery Series Event scheduled for May 31, 2013.

Special Guest: Mr. Tony McClung, General Manager of Copain Wines from Healdsburg, California
Times: 6:15pm, Dinner 6:30 pm

A small, family-owned winery founded in 1999, Copain Wines is dedicated to producing top quality wines. Their wine making techniques are “Old World” in style with a minimum of intervention. Specializing in high quality Syrah and pinot noirs, fruit is sourced from different vineyards ranging from Mendocino County to Santa Barbara and many in-between.

Degustation Menu
Amuse Bouches

Tastino of Artisan Salume, Prosciutto,
Marcona Almonds & Crispy Rillette-stuffed Olives
Tous Ensemble Rosé 2011

1st Course
Roasted Triple Sweet Zellwood Corn Bisque
Corn and Bacon Beignets, Florida Rock Shrimp & Serrano Ham Cracklins
Tous Ensemble Chardonnay 2011

Second Course
Fennel Pollen and Herb-roasted Maine Lobster
Saffron Arancini Torta, Spiced Nebrodini Bianco and Fennel
Brousseau Chardonnay 2010

First Entrée
“Teriyaki” Yellowfin Tuna
Confit Moulard Duck Legs, Asian Mushrooms and Golden Beets
Monument Tree Pinot Noir 2010

Second Entrée
Super Slow-Cooked Kurobuta Pork Belly & Sliced Tenderloin
Berkshire Bolognese-laced Gnocchi, Pecorino Toscano Stagionato
Halcon Syrah 2009
Along with a Special Surprise Selection from the Winery

“Cheese as Dessert”
Poached Pear, Fresh Chèvre & Kiln-dried Fig Creation
Aged Chèvre Frico, Truffled Balsamico and Honey
Arrowhead Mountain Library Selection Zinfandel en Magnum 2000

Seating is limited to 32 guests. Call 407-939-5102 or 407-939-2398 at your earliest convenience to reserve space for this Special Event.

Cost: $165.00 per person, (inclusive of gratuity) plus tax

If you plan to attend one of these exclusive events (or already have!), we’d love to hear about it!


  1. Prof. Brainard says

    I was hooked when I saw creation of kiln-dried fig on the “cheese as dessert” menu! If you’ve had kiln-dried fig, you will never go back to the regular dried fig or even to a fig in its natural state. All figs should spend some time in a kiln. I will eat them no other way! Move over pottery and make room for the figs! I don’t have the $165 per person to partake of such a decadent feast, though I might be tempted to try to sneak in through the back door and blend in with the crowd to get some of those figs!

  2. Drunk on Disney says

    So jealous of anyone who gets to eat the flying fish menu. First the menu sounds awesome but second OMG Copain. We visited there last fall and not only is it breathtakingly beautiful (we have a pic of the winery view in our living room) but the wines are amazing. Have a few bottles we’ve been saving for a rainy day so I just might need to play along and have one on the 31st.

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