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Pampas Argentine Grill
8690 Aero Drive San Diego, CA 92123
858-278-5971
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You can't go wrong with the traditional Argentine fare
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6 ratings
3.2 average rating
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29 events
7 reviews
1 stars
attended Sep 25 2008

It was a fun time with five different wines sampled and some light appetizers (crackers, cheese, olives, grapes.) The ambience was quite enjoyable.

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4 events
3 reviews
2 stars
attended Sep 25 2008

The wine was okay - the only really good one was the chardonnay. The speaker was not well-informed and did not speak well. He was a salesman. It was difficult to get a menu or to order food. When it came, we had a steak salad, it was okay. ...continued

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5 events
2 reviews
2 stars
attended Sep 25 2008

This wine tasting event was enjoyable, and the ambiance added to it. The wine selection was very good, and so was the food. The experience went a little slower than expected, but there's no doubt that I would attend another such event.

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Description

Explore five varietals, including Malbec, Cabernet, Chardonnay and more, at this great wine-tasting event.

Pampas Argentine Grill is dedicated to providing an engaging yet unpretentious environment where both the novice and the enlightened can share their passion for wine. Noted wine educator and consultant Brian Reardon has designed a comprehensive list of award-winning wines that reflect the talent of the most prestigious winemaker, Catena.

The well-known Catena family produces a range of reds and whites in the Mendoza region under the Catena and Alamos labels. They began to make Alamos in 1993 as a second label to Catena. Alamos is sourced from some of the Catena family’s younger vineyards in the best areas of Mendoza’s high-altitude wine country.