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When:

Wed 4 Dec 2013, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Iberico Restaurant, 169 King St, Newtown, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

Listed by: latinpr-Australia

Instituto Cervantes invites you to “Latin Food & Wine Tasting Night

In partnership with Vinos Online and Ibérico Restaurant, Cervantes Sabor will host its last culinary activity for 2013. Foodies and non-foodies alike will have the unique opportunity to discover the flavours of Latin America and Spain matching to an exclusive selection of wines.

From the traditional Latin American empanadas to the authentic Spanish tortilla, Cervantes Sabor will re-create a Latin experience in Newtown, Sydney on December 4. Guests will have the opportunity to taste wines from Spain, Chile and Argentina, while Benjamin Cuevas, Latin American winemaker from Vinos Online, will share some tips to match the delicious traditional tapas from Ibérico Restaurant chef.

The event will include:
- A tasting of six different wines from Spain, Chile and Argentina
- A unique opportunity to taste some of the most famous flavours from these
regions including five tapas to match with the wines.
- The opportunity to learn more about Spanish and Latin American wines

Cervantes Sabor is a gastronomy initiative that invites Sydneysiders to experience the flavours of Spain and Latin America through wine tastings, food degustation sessions, cooking courses and more. It’s an activity organised by Instituto Cervantes Sydney, the Spanish Official Language and Cultural Centre in Chippendale.

The Instituto Cervantes has been organising food and beverage activities in different countries around the world including New York, Tokyo and London”, said Víctor Ugarte, Director of Instituto Cervantes in Sydney. “The food culture is essential when we talk about our Spanish speaking countries and the different style of traditional Spanish and Latin American dishes are very popular in Australia nowadays.