Wine importer Mistral has invited Luis Pato to lead a tasting dinner at São Paulo's famed Portuguese restaurant Antiquarius, May 4.
Known as the “revolutionary of the Bairrada”, he's considered a living legend in Portugal.
and described by wine writer Jancis Robinson as a “visionary”.
Here's what will be poured:
● Espumante Touriga Nacional rosado bruto
● Vinhas Velhas branco 2007
● Vinhas Velhas tinto 2005
● Quinta do Ribeirinho Primeira Escolha 2003
● Vinha Pan 2003
● Quinta do Ribeirinho Pé Franco 2005
● Graham’s Six Grapes (with dessert)
And on the menu there will be:
- the heavenly classic amuse bouches of Antiquarius
- Açorda de bacalhau
- Rice with duck
- Lamb shank with potatoes
- Toucinho do céu almond and yolk tart.
Alameda Lorena, 1884 - Jardins - São Paulo
Price: R$ 460 per person
Reservations: (11) 3372 3401
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- New restaurants, February 09: Dalva e Dito, Millesapori, Vito, Na Cozinha, Arturito
- A review of my first lunch at Vito, owned by chef André Mifano
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- Quintal do Bráz: São Paulo's best pizza
- Dui, Bel Coelho's new restaurant, opens in May in the Jardins district
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- Interview with chef Alex Atala
- Dalva e Dito, Alex Atala's new restaurants in the Jardins district
- Full report of my lunch at Dalva e Dito, with photos