Join the worldwide celebration of Malbec with one of the highest rated Malbecs, plus a blend of Malbec & Cabernet Sauvignon from one of the smallest wineries in Argentina.
Thursday, April 17
7-9 pm with brief talk at 7:30 pm
Across the world on April 17, people will be celebrating Argentina’s signature wine Malbec. We were there last year during harvest and Malbec World Day, now we bring the experience to you. We will have traditional empanadas to pair with a Malbec and Malbec – Cabernet Sauvignon blend. You’ll learn the story behind the people who make these incredible wines from garage size wineries of Malbec de Angeles and Bodega La Azul.
Located at The Rose Wine Pub on 30th
2219 30th St
San Diego, CA 92104
2010 Malbec de Angeles
2010 Bodega La Azul Reserva
If you only drink white wine, we’ll have South American Sauvignon Blanc and Torrontes available too.
About Malbec de Angeles
Established in 1924, the vineyard is preserved traditionally to show the expression of the grapes with little influence from oak or the winemaker. The 2008 vintage was named Top 10 Malbec by Decanter Magazine and Stephen Tanzer gave the 2010 vintage 89 points. Learn more about Malbec de Angeles
About Bodega La Azul
Located at the base of the Andes, Bodega La Azul is one of the smallest wineries in Mendoza. The 2010 Reserva is a blend of 60% Malbec and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. Learn more about Bodega La Azul
About The Rose Wine Pub on 30th
The Rose Wine Pub is based in San Diego's South Park on 30th Street. The Rose is named for the historic location it occupies, the restored 1927 Rose Grocery building, and in honor of the owner's grandmother, Rose Miranda. Designed to encompass aspects of all four seasons, The Rose envelops customers in a
mixture of materials such as reclaimed word of a historic South Park home, stone and metal. Learn more about The Rose Wine Pub on 30th
About Our World, Our Community
Our World, Our Community imports high quality wines while sharing the story of the people who produce the wine with the people who enjoy drinking the wine. We are based in San Diego and when we lived in Argentina we found every wine has a story.
Can't travel to Argentina this month? We have your passport and are bringing some of the best wines from Argentina to you. Enjoy three premium, boutique wines and learn the stories behind the people who created them.
Wednesday, October 30
6 to 9 pm (Presentation: 6:45 pm)
RRed Gallery & Wine Bar
540 University Ave San Diego, CA 92103
Enjoy one ounce pours of the following Argentine wines*:
2008 Bodega La Azul Reserva - blend of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon from one of smallest wineries in Mendoza
2007 Malbec de Angeles - Robert Parker 90 points
You'll also have a chance to see incredible art, perfect for spending time with friends and receiving discounted prices on glasses and bottles of these wines. This event is a collaboration between Our World, Our Community a South American wine import company based in San Diego and RRed Gallery & Wine Bar voted best date spot in Hillcrest.
Today I'm reflecting on the strength of the triangle of small business. The triangle is used as the building blocks of many structures. It's one of those things that now that it's been put in your head you'll see triangles in everything throughout your day like in this palapa.
So how what is the triangle of small business? Let's begin with Bodega La Azul a winery about the size of a two-car garage based in the Uco Valley in Mendoza, Argentina. It's a family-owned winery with a poem of love as part of the label. Bodega La Azul produces 833 cases of their Reserva a blend of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. They are side one of our triangle.
Side two of the triangle is us. We work with small wineries like Bodega La Azul to bring their excellent wines to the United States. We share the cool stories behind these small wineries to provide you with a connection when drinking these great wines. Because of the small production you won't find our wines in the larger restaurants or stores, which leads us to third side of the triangle.
We work with small restaurants, retailers and wine bars. These are the places that you frequent enough that they know your name and what you like. They are the places that you want to go when you want to celebrate. Here are two examples of this third side as others are recognizing their hard work:
Oz the incredible chef at Cueva Bar is featured in the current edition of San Diego Home and Garden, plus pictured with one of our favorite foods...empanadas.
Also, The Rose Wine Pub on 30th is recognized by a local blogger with a description of one of our
wines and suggested pairing with their scrumptious food.
Experience the triangle of small business. The people behind them have cool stories and want to