Adrice wines Fall release 2022

Fall food pairings

For the fall release, Pam Adkins, co-owner & Wine maker releases awesome crafts again. 4 beautiful wines from vintages 2019 & 2020 that have been ageing and developing.

Again, it’s been a pleasure pairing 4 different dishes to extract the best out of each of the wines released. Pam & Julie, thank you for letting me enjoy cooking for you & your wines and letting us complement your wines with the best ingredients!

Mauricio!

Food pairings & Wines

Lomo Saltado

Lomo saltado. Sautéed flank steak, red onion, tomatoes, roasted potatoes, steamed rice, fish sauce & cilantro.

2020 Alegria Columbia Valley, WA
85% Grenache / 10% Petit Verdot / 5% Merlot

Zucchini Boats
Zucchini boats

Zucchini boats. Baked zucchini boats with lamb ragu (ground lamb & napolitana sauce) & mozzarella cheese.

2019 Bare knuckle Syrah Wahluke Slope, WA &
Columbia Valley, WA)
100% Syrah

Pork ribs with home made chimichurri

Pork ribs. Grilled pork baby ribs served with home made chimichurri. (Fresh Italian parsley, splash of vinegar, garlic, salt, pepper, olive oil).

2019 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Red Mountain, WA
100% Cabernet Sauvignon

Insalata caprese

Caprese salad. Fresh roma tomato, fresh mozzarella cheese, basil & extra virgin olive oil.

2020 Petit Verdot

Sommelier – Sumiller

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Opus One Winery (Oakville, Ca. Estados Unidos)

Sommelier!

Palabra que comercialmente se volvió súper famosa, todos la conocen pero pocos saben que es y para que sirve! Y esta bien no conocer todos los términos que en un diccionario existan y mas una como sommelier o sumiller, como se dice en España, en un país como colombia donde apenas estamos naciendo y empezando a crecer en el mundo del vino!

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Happy 2019!

And it’s the end of the year! 2018 brought a Bunch of experiences, trips, knowledge, new people, lots of food, great wine and most important the satisfaction of the job properly done!

Being a corporate chef is more than a simple cook, is more than getting a pan and put all your love and knowledge into a recipe, cook it and serve it. Being a corporate chef goes further because when you work for a company is not only all that of a chef to run a restaurant but also getting to know how to get into every single chef and restauranteur head to make them fall in love with your products, telling them stories on how to use your products and how to get the most out of them with their own recipes. You just have to be in top of every single product you sell and knowing everything about it!

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