What to Drink (and Eat) Now: More Opportunities to Taste Spain

If reading Andrew Chalk’s post earlier this week on the tasting of La Mancha wines held last week got you in the mood to taste Cava, Manchego, Paella and Tempranillo, you’re in luck.  Tomorrow night (Thursday, Oct 27) The Meadow’s Museum on the SMU campus will host an in-depth look into the history of Spanish cuisine with sips and snacks provided by Freixenet USA, Central Market and Cafe Madrid.  Reservations are required – 214.768.2765.

Looking for something a little less formal, how about a rolling Spanish party with the Freixenet Tasting and Tapas Truck.  Yep, bubbly Cava is going mobile with a nation wide tour that rolls into Dallas and Fort Worth starting next Wednesday, including a day long visit on Saturday (Nov 5th) at Texas Motor Speedway.  The tour will teach visitors everything they need to know about their “black bottle bubbly” including the fun and fabulous style of Freixenet, pairing ability with everything from Texas barbecue to fish tacos, and an opportunity to win great prizes, including a trip to Sonoma, CA.  Details on the tour and their stops next week are available here, via Facebook and Twitter.

2 comments on “What to Drink (and Eat) Now: More Opportunities to Taste Spain

  1. I am so glad that things are finally happening and getting interesting with food trucks in Dallas. We were so far out of the loop and behind the times … and

  2. I am so glad that things are finally happening and getting interesting with food trucks in Dallas. We were so far out of the loop and behind the times … and we don’t want to be there!!!