A Taste of Argentina -- Wine Tasting at Pampas Argentine Grill
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The last date listed for A Taste of Argentina was Thursday September 25, 2008 / 6:00pm.
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Featured review from Sharon Houle
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I have been wine tasting a lot but never at an event that spanned 3 hours. There were 5 types of wine being tasted. They had 2 small appetizers for each table of 4. There were some that looked at it as a social get-together and I could tell that they were having fun. They ordered additional appetizers and it was like a party atmosphere. To us, the event really dragged out. They were pouring each taste about every 20-30 minutes or so. My friend and I were not planning on just sitting there for 3 hours just to chit-chat with each other. It was not an environment to meet new people other than the others sitting at our table. Staff was great, atmosphere was great (temperature was warm though for the number of people there) and product (wine and appetizers) were good. My bottom line opinion is that it is a great environment if you look at it as a time to get together with friends and have a great atmosphere for visiting and tasting some good wine. If you are there to meet people or being kept entertained for 3 hours, it's not there.
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.