At next month’s San Miguel de Allende wine-pairing dinner, we will be exploring the wine regions of Spain. With six different courses each accompanied by a different wine.
The menu, I think, speaks for itself.
GASPACHO DE ANDALUCIA
Cucumber, bell pepper and herb croutons
Martin Berasategui 2015 (D.O. Navarra) Viura and Chardonnay
Served hot with oil, parsley, ancho chili and bistro-made bread
Hizan Verdejo 2015 (D.O. Rueda) 100% Verdejo
Spanish ham served traditionally, with olive oil and thinly sliced bread
Bodegas Emilio Hidalgo N.V. Hidalgo Fino
PAELLA DE ESPANA
Chicken, shrimp, mussels and octopus
Picardo Crianza 2014 (Rioja) Tempranillo and Garnacha
ESTOFADO DE CERDO
Pork stew with Spanish style chorizo, potatoes and bell peppers with hints of orange.
Hizan Joven Ribera Del Douro 2014 100% Tempranillo
Hidalgo P.X. N.V. Pedro Ximenez Jerez (Sherry)
Bistro Mi Casa is our host for One Night In Madrid and co-owner Anders Litzen has agreed to not put any mark-up on the wines, making this, once again, an evening of extraordinary values.
The dinner will be held on February 6. Start time is 7:00 pm. Mi Casa Bistro is located in the Instituto Allende at Calle Ancha de San Antonio 22. The price for the six course dinner and five accompanying wines is 950 pesos per person.
Reservations should be made by email to Anders at firstname.lastname@example.org. Anders will confirm by return email or will send regrets if the event is already sold out (every wine-pairing dinner has so far).