It’s All Kicking Off: May 2018

By May 3, 2018News

World Cup Fever

It’s all kicking off this month as we warm up for our World Cup Big Up. While the tournament itself doesn’t start until next month, we’re already practicing our skills and getting match fit. Bigger, better and more epic than ever, here’s what you can look forward to from us.

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Raise Your Game

Our World Cup Big Up is all about epic deals, huge fun, and the biggest games around. So come on over to our place and do the World Cup in style. Sure, we’ve got locally brewed, ice-cold beer. Yeah, we’ve got flame-grilled steaks. But we’ve also got more atmosphere than you can wave your home team’s flag at.

Come and Celebrate 
Join us pre, mid, and post-match for raffles, giveaways and great deals on food and drink during every single game at every one of our markets and restaurants.

Come and Party
We’re also teaming up with local station Actualidad for six special watch parties. As well as all of the above, we’ll be streaming live match commentary from their winning team of radio personalities throughout the following big games. Bring it on.

Friday, June 15
Portugal vs. Spain
(Coral Gables Market)

1:30pm Pre-game/2pm Kickoff

Saturday, June 16
Argentina vs. Iceland
(Bird Road Market)

8:30am Pre-game/9am Kickoff

Thursday, June 21
Argentina vs. Croatia
(Doral Market)

1:30pm Pre-game/2pm Kickoff

Tuesday, June 26
Argentina vs. Nigeria
(Coral Gables Market)

1:30pm Pre-game/2pm Kickoff

Wednesday, June 27
Brazil vs. Serbia
(Weston Market)

1:30pm Pre-game/2pm Kickoff

Thursday, June 28
Columbia vs. Senegal
(Doral Market)

9:30am Pre-game/10am Kickoff

Wine of the Month

San Pedro de Yacochuya 2014

San Pedro de Yacochuya Red Wine (Vino Tinto) is a powerful dark red blend made of 80% Malbec and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon with aromas of black cherry & black currant, smoky tar and licorice. This vino tinto is young, yet concentrated and well-balanced with a powerful spicy clove attack and a soft smooth finish with a touch of sweetness and floral violets at the end.

A great effort by French winemaker Michel Rolland as the vines grow at an incredible altitude of 2,018 meters above sea level in this beautiful and special region of Cafayete in northern Argentina!

What to pair it with? This is the perfect companion to Argentine and Brazilian meat cuts.

San Pedro de Yacochuya Torrontes 2017

The San Pedro de Yacochuya Torrontes also hails from Cafayete situated in one of the most northern Argentine wine regions called Salta and famous for its Torrontes production. The San Pedro de Yacochuya with 50-year-old vines growing at the impressive altitude of 2,000 meters (that’s more than 6,000 feet above sea level!) has a beautiful, rich yellow color, slighly cloudy and with green reflexes.

The first impression on the nose is very firm, bright and captivating, with tropical fruit, a bouquet of white flowers, lots of honey, some lemon peel, and fresh lime aromas, as well as a bunch of fresh cut herbs.

Tasting this Torrontes is fun, there is delicious maracuya, lychees and cane sugar with a drop of rosewater, a gripping acidity and pretty dry finish with green herbal minerality and a touch of sea salt.

What to pair it with? The perfect white wine with flavorful fish and shellfish dishes, chicken empanadas, creamy pasta dishes.

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