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Joselito Fall Winemaker Dinner

September 26, 2018 - 6:30pm to 9:30pm

Joselito Casa de Comidas cordially invites you to join them for a special Winemaker Dinner with Isaac Fernandez, Grapes of Spain and Gran Cata Wine Shop on Wednesday, September 26 from 6:30 to 9:30pm in the evening!

Guests will enjoy a Cava reception with welcome hors d'oeuvres from 6:30 - 7:00pm, followed by a five course menu prepared by Chef Sierra exclusively for this event.  Each course will be paired with winemaker Isaac Fernandez's illustrious wines.  Throughout the dinner, Isaac will explain the wines being served and discuss his philosophy on using indigenous grapes throughout Spain to produce some of the most high quality wines in the world.  Please scroll down to view our dinner menu for the evening.


About Isaac Fernandez  Isaac Fernandez began exploring the world of Spanish wines in the late 1970s at Bodegas Mauro, working alongside his uncle, Mariano Garcia - the former winemaker at Vega Sicilia - to produce some of the finest wines in the region. He then transitioned into a successful career of consulting for many prestigious wineries with the goal of being able to produce wines using indigenous grapes throughout Spain. He seeks to respect the identity of each vineyard and to nurture wines that balance power, finesse and purity with the capacity to age. He produces a range of red, white and sparkling wines from six Denominations of Origin, including some of Spain’s most famous regions: Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Rueda and Cava.

About Grapes of Spain Grapes of Spain, Inc. was established in November 2001, with its first container landing in the United States in Spring 2002, representing 8 producers. The company imports wines exclusively from Spain and currently represents 36 producers with a portfolio of 90+ wines from all corners of Spain. All of the wines are new to the U.S. market and are from family winegrowers and that focus only on high quality and limited production.

Our friends from Grand Cata will be here to sell you the wines at a special price that night:

Grand Cata The store opened in March 2016, but the concept was founded in 2011. They spent time building their expertise in order to craft a unique experience that could bring the best of Latin America to our community in Washington, DC. They proudly represent the history and vibrant culture of the Caribbean, Central America, South America, and Spain, all integrated in a cultural retail space in the heart of the nation's capital.



Gazpacho Andaluz
Cold tomato soup “Gazpacho”
Buñuelo de bacalao ali-oli de miel
Salted codfish fritters with honey ali-oli
Tostada de pate de pollo
Chicken liver terrine, sherry pearls on toast
Biutiful Brut Nature

Carpaccio de gambas al ajillo, ensalada de la casa, vinagreta de Yuzu
Shrimp carpaccio, house salad, yuzu vinaigrette
Legado de Moncayo Garnacha Blanca 2016 D.O. Campo de Borja

Guiso de rape al ajoarriero, crema de aceitunas negras
Stewed monkfish, peppers, garlic, black olives
Adras Mencia 2013 D.O. Ribeira Sacra  

Magret de pato con remolacha asada, cous cous de coliflor, salsa de romero
Duck breast, roasted beets, cauliflower cous-cous, rosemary sauce
Bovale 2015 Bobal D.O. Utiel-Requena

Entrecote con salsa de Finca La Mata y patatas revolconas con panceta crujiente
Grilled entrecote, Finca La Mata wine sauce, smoked paprika mashed potatoes, crispy pork belly
Finca La Mata Tempranillo 2016 D.O. Ribera del Duero

Filloas rellenas de crema pastelera, frutos rojos, helado de fresa
Crepe stuffed with pastry cream, red fruits, strawberry ice-cream
Biutiful Rose NV D.O. Cava


Joselito Casa de Comidas | 660 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20003