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XXII SHELLS AND NEW WINE FESTIVAL PROMISES TO BE A GREAT EVENT

-Editorial

A tribute to the local ingredient, a celebration of Ensenada’s original product from a sustainable approach with newly launched wines and shells from the coast in perfect harmony.  Organized by the Baja California Provino Committee in conjunction with regional winemakers, shell producers, renowned chefs, the Baja California Secretary of Fisheries and Aquaculture, and the National Fisheries Institute (INAPESCA), and the National Oyster Council.

The festival, in its twenty-second edition, once again invokes the idea that gave rise to its existence: creating a community by celebrating Ensenada’s original product, giving voice to the hands responsible for what today has ended up giving our city notoriety. At the national and international levels.

Unique geography and climatology in communion with the passion of the people for their trade. The present forces us to look back, an invitation to assume what we are, how far we have come, and propose new paradigms within sustainable frameworks.

 Activities:

  • AQUACULTURE WORKSHOPS:

 Thursday, April 28, and Friday, April 29, 2022. Time: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

 hybrid modality

  • MARINE TABLES:

 Saturday, April 30, 2022.

 Time: 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM

 Place: UABC Cultural Walkway, Sauzal Unit Cost: $2,900 MN / Limited space

  • FESTIVAL:

 Sunday, May 1, 2022.

 Time: 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM

 Place: Terraza del Mar, Hotel Coral & Marina Cost: $1,200 MN

Marine Tables 2022

We will celebrate for the second time this exclusive event facing the sea, where attendees will be able to enjoy recently launched wines on the market and shell-based dishes. 15 tables of 20 diners, each one attended exclusively by a winemaker, a shell producer, and a host chef in tandem with a guest chef, who will explain in detail the food and wine experience to be enjoyed through a 4-course pairing tasting.

Host winemakers: Christoph Gaertner (Vinisterra), Cristina Pino (Bodegas de Santo Tomás), Fernando Pérez Castro (Lomita / Finca La Carrodilla), Francisco Rubio (Bodegas F. Rubio), Jorge Maciel (Cava Maciel), José Pedroza (Vinícola Infinito ), Kristin Shute (Lechuza Vineyard), Mauricio Soler (Bodega Symmetria), Paolo Paoloni (Villa Montefiori), Patricia Velasco (La Trinidad), Santiago López (Solar Fortún), Sergio Heras (Winemaker), Thomas Egli (Paralelo), Víctor Segura (Las Nubes / Madera 5), ​​Wenceslao Martínez (Relieve Vinicola).

Host chefs: Alex Torres (Envero in the Valley), Alfredo Villanueva (Villa Torel), Anthony Petracca (Datoni), Benito Molina (Manzanilla), Diego Hernández (La Bête Noire), Drew Deckman (Deckman’s in El Mogor), Giannina Gavaldón (Olivia, Asador del Porvenir), Maribel Aldaco (Fauna), Miguel Bahena (Mother), Roberto Alcocer (Malva / Valle Oceanside), Sheyla Alvarado (Lunario), Solange Muris (Manzanilla), Tania Livier (Tanto Santo Pizzeria), Toño De Livier, Vicko Morales (Artio).

Host shell producers: Guerrero Negro Aquaculture, Upper Gulf, Baja Shellfish Farms, Buzos y Pescadores Ribereños Nativos de B.C., JIMNAR, Max Mar, Mission Oysters, Oytricultores de Baja California, Pescadores Nacionales de Abalone, Sea Urchin Pacific, Seascape San Felipe.

Guest chefs: Alex Méndez (Astro, Mérida), Andrés Trujillo and Vanessa Franco (Toba, Encuentro Guadalupe), Armando Acosta (Cerrajería, CDMX), Brian Redzikowski (Camino Riviera / SDCM), Esteban Lluis (Damiana, VDG), Fabián Delgado (Pal Real, Guadalajara), Juan Cabrera (Casa Tijuana / Fonda Fina CDMX), Luis Ronzón (Chablé, Mérida), Marcelo Kenji Hisaki (Amores, Tecate), René Andrés Calderón Vera (Calma), Thalia Barrios (Levadura de Olla, Oaxaca).

Each oenological host will present 4 wine labels, from different wineries in the region, in such a way that each dish is accompanied by a recently launched wine on the market.  The Marine Tables will take place on Saturday, April 30, at the UABC Cultural Walkway, Sauzal Unit. Doors open at 1:00 PM with a welcome cocktail where attendees will have the opportunity to sample fresh shellfish and white and sparkling wines in an anteroom as part of their outdoor oceanfront experience. The service in the dining room begins at 3:00 PM for all tables, so punctuality is recommended.

Cost: $2,900 MN/Limited space

Reserve your place: https://bit.ly/MesasMarinas

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