Explore various shades of pink from around the world while dining on Andina’s authentic Peruvian cuisine on Monday, June 19th
PORTLAND, Ore., (June 6, 2017) – Join the Platt-Rodriguez family for a casual, family style dinner that celebrates the spectrum of light and lively pink wines from all corners of the globe. Andina is bringing back their beloved Rosé Wine Dinner to celebrate the wine that embodies summer. The event will feature a variety of rosés that offer an incredible range of flavor while remaining crisp and light. Resident Beverage Director, Drew Duggan has curated a selection of more than 40 rosés from around the world representing dozens of grape varieties such as Pinot Noir, Pais, Syrah, and Mencia. There will be 5-10 additional surprise rosés from unusual regions across the globe revealed at the event. Rosés will be served with Peruvian tapas served family style in Tupai, the private event space above the restaurant. The menu includes some familiar favorites from the Andina menu, as well as numerous specialties created specifically for this dinner by Executive Chef Dustin Koerner and his kitchen team.
Causa Morada de Pulpo a la Parrilla Con Chimichurri
Traditional purple potato causa, and grilled tender octopus with piquillo and chimichurri sauces
Cebiche 5 Elementos
Our iconic preparation of fresh ﬁsh in spicy leche de tigre (fish, lime and onion juices), served with slices of fresh corn and sweet potato.
Solterito de Quinoa
Modern interpretation of the classic Solterito salad from Arequipa, rolled quinoa salad with fresh vegetables, olives and fresh cheese, wrapped in a thin cucumber slice.
Plato de Fondo
Adobo de Cerdo Con Puré de Camote Rústico
Pork shoulder stew slow cooked in chicha de jora, aji panca and red onions served with orange infused mashed sweet potatoes
Chaufa Vegetariano Con Portobello Anticuchero
Vegetarian Peruvian- Chifa- Chinese fried rice, egg, tofu, and tamari; served with a grilled marinated Portobello, garnished with scallions and drops of sesame oil
The Italian Tiramisu combined with the traditional manjar blanco (caramelized milk) of Peru.
Authentic Peruvian handmade truffles of the day
The classic Peruvian cookie, scented with key lime and filled with manjar blanco
A. Margaine, Champagne
Veuve Clicquot 2008, Champagne
Vilarnau Trepat Cava, Spain
Naveran Cava, Spain
Sao Joao Espumante Baga, Beira Atlantico, Portugal
Soter Brut, Oregon
Mareno Brachetta d’Aqui, Italy
Ferrari Brut, Italy
Antucura Cherie, Mendoza, Argentina
Santa Digna Pais, Chile
Balivet Bugey Cerdon, France
Spain and Portugal
Aitzalde Hondarrabi Zuri/Beltza, Txakolina, Spain
Rezabal Hondarrabi Beltza Txakolina, Spain
Bodegas Muga Rioja, Spain
Ochoa Garnacha, Navarra, Spain
Armas de Guerra Mencia, Bierzo Spain
Volcanico, Agronomica/Saborihno Blend, Azores, Portugal
Nortico Alvarelhao, Pedral Blend, Minho,Portugal
Campesina Bobal, Tierra de Castilla, Spain
Vinum Ferus Pinot Noir
Elevee Winegrowers Pinot Noir
Patton Valley Pinot Noir
Sokol Blosser Pinot Noir
Couer de Terre Pinot Noir/Syrah
Gran Moraine Pinot Noir
Andre Neveu Sancerre
Domaine Ott, Cotes de Provence
Aix, Aix en Provence
Charles Joguet Chinon
Le Sot de L’Ange ‘Boutanche’ Touraine
Chateau de Trinquevedel Tavel
Domaine de la Tour du Bon Bandol
Clos Canarelli Corse Figari
Commanderie de Peryassol, Cotes de Provence
There will be 5-10 rosé additions from unusual destinations
Monday, June 19th 2017
Doors open at 6:00 p.m., dinner begins at 6:30 p.m.
1314 NW Glisan St., Portland, OR
The price per person is $55 plus 20% gratuity, wine and food included.
Reservations are available by calling the restaurant at (503) 228-9535
Andina, owned by the Platt-Rodriguez family, draws inspiration from the native culinary traditions of Peru, as well as from the contemporary cooking by some of Peru’s leading chefs. Andina’s executive chef Dustin Koerner collaborates with Peruvian-born Co-Owner Doris Rodriguez de Platt to develop a menu that celebrates the restaurant’s Andean roots with an emphasis on traditional and modern Peruvian cuisine. The kitchen sources native and local ingredients to create dishes at once traditionally rooted and personally inspired. Naturally healthy elements of Peruvian ingredients and cooking methods also enables Andina to offer a variety of menus to fulfill gluten free, celiac, vegetarian and vegan needs without sacrificing taste. The lively scene in Bar Mestizo features an extensive tapas selection, Latin-American cocktails and nightly live Latin-inspired music. In 2016, USA Today’s 10best.com named Andina as one of Portland’s Top 10 Farm to Table Restaurants. Zagat ranked Andina as the #2 on their list of The Best Restaurants of Portland in 2015. The Oregonian named Andina Restaurant of the Year in 2005, as well as one of Portland’s Best Restaurants in 2015, and it was ranked #2 on a list of Portland’s Favorite Restaurants in a reader’s poll by the Portland Business Journal. Eater PDX listed Andina #1 on Top Portland Restaurants with Great Private Dining Rooms, and USA TODAY’s 10Best.com named Andina one of “The Best of the Best Restaurants in Portland.” Andina is open for lunch, dinner and happy hour and is located at 1314 NW Glisan in Portland, Ore. Call 503-228-9535 for reservations. Visit www.andinarestaurant.com for more information. Follow us on Twitter @andinaportland, Instagram @andinaportland, and Facebook at Andina Restaurant.