The Capital | Wine Tasting In The Restaurant Of The Museum Of Mexican History

The intention is to promote Mexican products and gastronomy, generating culinary experiences for the guests.

2022-03-25

EDITORIAL / THE CAPITAL

MONTERREY, NL- To promote Mexican cuisine paired with wines from Santo Tomas, Ensenada Baja California, the Museum’s Café will hold a tasting with sommelier Osvaldo Tinoco, which will allow you to experience the flavors of the Mexican land and sea , on Thursday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m.

Juan Valentín Velasco Jiménez, executive chef of the restaurant of the Museum of Mexican History, points out that through the Mexican wine tasting at the Café del Museo, the aim is to promote Mexican gastronomy and culture, with local products of excellent quality and pairing the wines of the Santo Tomas Valley, Ensenada Baja California.

The menu that will be savored that night consists of two courses that includes the first course Cabernet-Merlot 2018; FLOW pink wine, with marlin empanada with lemon gel, tangerine; Second period Red wine FLOW. Tempranillo – Merlot 2017, with Molote de lamb with consommé and ground rye. The cost is $575 pesos per person, which includes wine, food, tasting and service.

“Wine has had a great evolution in the last 6 years, I have the joy and experience of meeting our special guest and my mentor in wine, sommelier Osvaldo Tinnoco, with whom I share the commitment to promote the culture and gastronomy of Mexico. , which is one of the best in the world”, he comments.

He adds that in creating the menu that will be tasted, he thought of techniques, flavors and presentations with cutting-edge ingredients, but without neglecting everyday ingredients such as corn, an essential food in all Mexican cuisine.

An example of this is the mole, whose sauce is complex, but which was paired with Flow red wine, highlighting the properties of the wine, complementing it with the characteristics of the food, achieving a new and different experience for their palates.

Flow Wines are made by Osvaldo Tinnoco, who has designed a line of signature wines, red, rosé, white and sparkling.

“We want our state to stand out in tourism by sharing and valuing national gastronomic products and for this to generate an increase in the number of consumers and suppliers,” he concludes.

The Mexican wine tasting at the Café del Museo will take place on Thursday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m. People interested in attending or having more information can contact us by calling 8130448125 or writing to jvelasco@ 3museos.com

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