Noche diferente en el @wineandsex, en @bodegasmonje una experiencia para los sentidos, un espectáculo erotico entre vinos y comida que te lleva a aflorar tus mas íntimos deseos😋🍷 tan solo llegar y notar el ambiente despertaba la curiosidad y el deseo, pero la mejor parte la encontraras cuando te adentras en la bodega y comienzas a bajar niveles hasta llegar a lo mas profundo donde termina de hacerse toda la magia😜 ha sido una experiencia fantástica que sin duda espero repetir🙌🏼🙌🏼 Gracias a todo el equipo, y por supuesto al Pater x brindar con nosotros y hacer todo esto posible. 💋💋👏🏻👏🏻 Salud🍷
Found in the deepest, darkest part of one of our personal cellars we came across some extremely old ports.
This 1963 Orlando Tawny Port from the Barossa Valley stood the test of time and was an absolute pleasure to consume after being aged for an incredible 54 years.
A beautiful little time capsule which takes you back to when Port was all the fuss in the Barossa.
Whats the oldest wine you have had the pleasure of enjoying?
Here is another dish best enjoyed in our restaurant. It's often served as a tapa, but it also lends itself to being presented as a main dish. We love cuttlefish. They belong to the same family as octopus 🐙 or squid 🦑.In Spain it is often used in rice dishes or stews. Here it is served simply with onion and the side dish of your preference. #Cuttlefish#cuttlefishwithonions#sepia
2009 #Lapierre#Morgon , 100% #gamay from #Beaujolais , 13% abv. Homemade strawberry jam, bright red cherries, autumn leaves / forest floor, soy sauce, mushroom, pomegranate, orange peel, raspberry, all supported by nice lifting acidity. Medium long finish of the same flavors. Lovely inner mouth aromatics of bing cherry, orange peel, raspberry. If I were served this blind, I would have a hard time identifying this as Beaujolais or gamay in general. It is starting to take on classic burgundian pinot noir characteristics. Probably has to do with the level of ripeness and intensity of the fruit that year. It reminds me of the Beaune Les Cras from Domaine du Chateau de Chorey. Another 5-7 years and this will be a stunner! Although it's pretty damn good right now! I paid $19 for this back in 2011, insane bargain. Glad I have 6 more bottles. Just delicious.