There is no better place to learn the world of wine and beer than a bar. The Wine Bar just happens to have the finest instructors for learning this subtle art and venturing into a universe where everything is resolved with a glass in hand. If you are an expert and have already achieved several levels of knowledge, don’t worry, The Wine Bar is constantly searching for new breweries and wineries.

To start, try the beer flight. It should be experienced with one or two friends. What is the beer flight? It is a platter with several glasses of different craft beers with information on the producers, number of hops, texture, and serving temperature. It is the perfect opportunity to exchange opinions while trying a hot-dog on a homemade bun.

Beer Flight 1

Fiesta Latina, Agave Ale, Guadalajara, México

4 Luppoli, Angelo Poretti, Premium Lager, Lombardía, Italia

Marea Roja, Aguamala, Ensenada, México

Beer Flight 2

Atotolin, Los Cuentos, Lager, Puerto Vallarta, México

Sirena, Aguamala, Pilsner, Ensenada, México

Mantarraya, Aguamala, Stout, Ensenada, México

Beer Flight 3

Sirena, Aguamala, Pilsner, Ensenada, México

Kumukite, Los Cuentos, IPA, Puerto Vallarta, México

Mantarraya, Aguamala, Stout, Ensenada, México

 

Continue with a wine flight that challenges the most knowledgeable to identify the grapes and regions, the type of aging, the country of origin and even the aromas. All this, of course, is accompanied by a helpful sommelier. Along with your wine, there are small bites that will demonstrate how to choose possible pairings.

Rose

V Rose, Casa Madero, Coahuila México

Aix Rose, Cotes de Provance, Francia

Scalabrone Rosato, Antinori, Bolgheri, Italia

Blanco 1

Pinot Grigio, Nichio, Sicilia, Italia

Sauvignon Blanc, Terra Noble, Casa Blanca, Chile

Torrontes, Terrazas de Los Andes, Salta Argentina

Blanco 2

Cuvee Blanc, Viñedos de la Reyna, Valle de Guadalupe, México

Bianco Infinito, Maeli, Veneto, Italia

Chardonnay, Emeve, Valle de Guadalupe, México

Tinto Nuevo Mundo

Merlot, Terra Noble, Valle Central, Chile

Malbec, Omilen, Mendoza, Argentina

Los Nietos, Mezcla Bordalesa, Valle de Guadalupe, México

Tinto Viejo Mundo

Pinot Nero, Elena Walch, Alto Adige, Italia

Nero dÁvola, Black Label, Tola, Sicilia, Italia

Cotes Du Rhone, Saint Cosme, Gigondas, Francia

Both experiences come with information about what you are tasting and space to make your own notes, just like a connoisseur.

Now, if after increasing your knowledge about craft beer and wines, you also want to become an expert in gastronomy, The Wine Bar has a varied menu of dishes that range from a Thai green curry to ribs, wings, salads, edamame and popcorn.

Discover a new favorite activity — fine drinking and eating — at The Wine Bar.

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