TACOS TASTING BOX WITH WINE PAIRING
Instead of going the traditional route with these tacos, we decided to mix things up with a tasting box of both "Carnitas" and "Vegan Cauliflower Ceviche".
Each fillings gets a kick from spicy salsas: sriracha, spicy salsa verde and mango-habanero.
Oh, and bonus alert: it can all be made in 5 minutes and with just one pan, so cleanup will be a breeze. :)
We're giving you everything you need to create your favourite tacos at home, including a perfectly paired Pinot Grigio from Villa Persani (Trentino Alto Adige)
Our DIY kit contains ingredients for 2 portions:
10 organic, GMO free corn tortillas
Pork, Allium, Onion, Carrots, Tomatoes, Lemon, Lime, Pepper, Olive Oil, Salt, Black Pepper, Bay Leaf, Thyme.
Habanero and Mango Salsa
Habanero, Mango, Allium, Olive Oil, Apple Vinegar, Chilly, Sugar, Salt, Pepper
Avocado, Lemon, Salt, Pepper
Pepper and Siracha Salsa
Egg, Olive Oil,
Cilantro, Parsley, Spinach, Olive Oil, Chilly Flakes, Allium, Lemon, Salt, Pepper
Pickled red onion
Red onion, Apple Vinegar, Salt, Pepper
Pinpinea - Raboso - Carolina Gatti
1 bottle (750 ml)
Grape variety: Raboso
Soil: Clay-chalk soil with 20-years old vines
Carolina Gatti is a radical young winemaker who took over her family's 250-year-old estate in the Prosecco region of the Veneto.
Carolina simply describes her wines as follow: "Think that you're buying a music CD's with Mozart's artwork, but the sounds of Sex Pistols"!!
Carolina Gatti has always been a courageous winemaker at the forefront of natural winemaking in Veneto, she works the land herself, with no chemical inputs, and makes the wines with very little intervention.
She’s pushing boundaries and willing to experiment with unorthodox wines in a very conventional, by-the-books region. Her Raboso is certainly different than any other Raboso commercialised till now.
This sparkling rosato made from Veneto's indigenous variety "Raboso" is a perfect food refreshment. There are some tannins, and a bright, tart cherry fruit that gives way to sweet strawberry finish. Red Twizzler, meets cranberry sauce, meets the first days of early Spring.