Toro, where Quinta de la Quietud is based, is a wine region in north-western Spain, known for its powerful red wines made from Tempranillo grapes. It is named for the town of Toro, an ancient settlement located on the Duero River. The Spanish word Toro means ‘bull’, and while it is unclear precisely how the town’s name came about, the bull is nonetheless a fitting symbol for robust, red Toro wines.
Hébrard will present a vertical flight featuring his flagship wine to pair with food from Binomio’s Jose Alonso, priced at $135++ per person.
Call Binomio at 65570547 to make your reservations. This dinner event is limited to a maximum of 30 participants.
Morcilla con fritada de tomate y pimientos del piquillo
Homemade Black pudding, served with ”Sofrito” and “Piquillo” peppers
Quinta De La Quietud 2010
Chopitos fritos con chorizo
Fried calamari served with “Rioja style potatoe” and chorizo
Quinta De La Quietud 2004
Setas a la Zamorana con huevo a baja temperature
Wild mushrooms “Zamora Style” served with slow cooked egg
Quinta De La Quietud 2003
Presa de cerdo iberico
Iberian Pork “Presa” served grilled with Garlic puree
Quinta De La Quietud 2002
Arroz de Codorniz caldoso y butifarra
Quail and “Butifarra” Wet rice
Quinta De La Quietud 2000
Cordero con patata pandera y pure de berenjena
Lamb shank accompanied by “panadera” potatoes and Eggplant puree
Quinta De La Quietud 1999
Fantasia de Chocolate
La Mula de la Quietud 2004