Four-course Dinner with Frias Family Vineyards at Elvira’s

Napa Valley wine meets Mexican-inspired cuisine.

08jan7:00 pm10:00 pmFour-Course Wine Pairing Dinnerfeaturing Frias Family Vineyards7:00 pm - 10:00 pm AZ Elvira's

Downtown Tucson’s Elvira’s is hosting an “Our Roots” four-course wine pairing dinner with Frias Family Vineyards 7 – 10 p.m. on Tuesday, January 8.

Chef Alejandro Nevades and his southern Mexican-inspired dishes have got a special date with some of Napa Valley’s finest wine, all while representing the flavors and ingredients of Hispanic heritage, culture, and unity.

It’s not only a chance to experience an expertly paired dinner that tastes like the roots of two cultures, but to also meet the modern winemaker that’s traveling from California, Manny Frias.

Seats are $70 per person.

The seating is going to be limited due to demand and space inside the restaurant, so be sure to purchase your tickets before the 4 p.m. deadline on Monday, January 7.

“Our Roots” Wine Pairing Dinner

First Course
  • Ensalada del Mar – squid, guaymas shrimp, heart of palm, white wine and citrus vinaigrette, and “cuenco de pina”
  • Paired with a 2017 Sauvignon Blanc
Second Course
  • Taco de Salmon – wild caught salmon, green kale, dill dressing, green Sriracha sauce, and blue corn tortilla
  • Paired with a 2017 Rose of Cabernet Sauvignon
Third Course
  • Braised Ossobuco – braised veal ossobuco, chile poblano, and red wine reduction
  • Paired with a 2016 “Lady of the Dead” Red Blend
Fourth Course
  • Mexican Wellington – beef Wellington of filet mignon, grilled chayote, yellow corn, huitlacoche duxelles, and Cabernet reduction
  • Paired with a 2015 “SMD” Cabernet Sauvignon

Elvira’s is located downtown at 256 E. Congress St. For more information, call (520) 499-2302 and visit Elvira’s on Facebook to purchase your tickets. 

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