Garnachas With Garnachas, A BYOW Event
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Should we start eating or drinking Garnachas? Join us to this homonymous wine and food pairing.
"No te calientes garnacha, que no es para ti el aceite”
In Mexico , Garnachas are a dish of Mesoamerican origins. The recipe consists of a thick corn tortilla topped with meat and sauce, fried, and then served with cheese, onions, and other garnishes. These delicious street-side snacks can be enjoyed almost anywhere in Mexico.
Known as Garnacha in Spain, Grenache Noir in France, and Cannonau in Italy, Grenache is a dark-skinned red wine grape variety used to produce wine of the same name. It's thought to have originated in the Aragon region of Northern Spain, which is also considered the birthplace of Carignan wine.
We will have the opportunity to find the best match between them.
The experience includes
4 varieties of Garnacha wines.
6 Garnachas to eat
And if you still thirsty, no problem BYOW ( Bring your own bottle of wine).
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