Because Andina + Pinot Noir = Awesome

Portland’s quintessential Peruvian restaurant rings in fall with this Pinot Noir dinner on Thursday, October 26th.

Explore Pinot noir from around the world while dining on Andina’s beloved Peruvian cuisine during this 3-course dinner celebrating harvest and the new fall wine releases. Resident Beverage Director, Drew Duggan has curated a selection of 40 pinot noirs that offer guests an opportunity to taste through the extensive offering while dining family-style on Peruvian tapas served  in the private event space above the restaurant. The menu includes some familiar Andina favorites, as well as other specialties created specifically for this dinner by Chef Dustin Koerner in collaboration with Peruvian-born Co-Owner Doris Rodriguez de Platt.

Wines include local favorites:
Ken Wright Cellars
Evening Land
St. Innocent
Furioso Vineyard
Antica Terra
Love & Squalor
Bethel Heights
Crown Vineyard
Day Wines
Elevée Winegrowers
Goodfellow Cellars
Sokol Blosser
Martin Woods
Lavinea Winery
Belle Pente
Gran Moraine

France fabulousness:
Charles Audoin, Marsannay
Andre Neveu, Sancerre
Allimant Laugner, Alsace
Domaine Faiveley, Chambolle Musigny
DeMontille, Volnay
Fournier, Gevrey Chambertin
Zusslin, Alsace
Serafin, Gevrey Chambertin
Desauney Bissey, Vosne Romanee
Louis Jadot, Pommard
& a few sparkling selections from Champagne

Other global delights:
Radio Coteau, Sonoma
Red Car, Sonoma
Mac Forbes, Australia
Montsecano, Chile
Luigi Bosca, Argentina
Vina Cono Sur 20 Barrel, Chile
Casa Del Bosque, Chile
Felton Road, New Zealand
Denario, Argentina

As well as a few surprises and additions the night of the dinner.

Passed Bocaditos
Yuquitas Rellenas
yuca croquetas stuffed with mozzarella and cotija cheese, served over huancaína sauce

Anticuchos de Pollo
marinated chicken kebobs, served with a spicy salsa de rocoto

Causitas moradas con Pulpo y Chimichurri
Grilled octopus causas served cold

Empanadas de Champiñones(Mushroom Empanadas)
flaky pastry stuffed with fresh mushrooms from the North West, onions, and mozzarella cheese served with salsa criolla

Arroz con Patoa
gourmet version of an iconic Peruvian dish; confit duck leg
paired with cilantro-infused rice, a savory-sweet passion fruit sauce and baby carrots

Quinotto “Chisaya Mama”
the Incas referred to quinoa as the mother of all grains –quinoa “risotto”
with Grana Padano cheese,  steamed quinoa, golden beets and local mushrooms

Panna Cotta de Café con Lúcuma
espresso panna cotta, with layers of lúcuma mousse and alfajor crumbles
topped with a whipped chocolate ganache

WHEN: Thursday, October 26th, 6pm
WHERE: Andina 1314 NW Glisan St., Portland, OR503-228-9535
DETAILS: The three-course dinner will cost $75 per person plus gratuity, and includes tastings of the different pinot noirs.  Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant at 503-228-9535.

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