San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Guelaguetza, Wahaka Mezcal and Fundación Agaves Silvestres proudly present a tasting of our "Vino de Mezcal" Series 2012. Erick "Almamezcalera" Rodriguez, the man behind Mezcatour and a renowned expert on mezcal history and production will walk us through the distillation process of each of these 7 ultra-rare mezcales made in four different states of Mexico.
Ticket price includes the seminar, a family style Oaxacan feast provided by La Guelaguetza, a cocktail, and a tasting of all 7 varieties of Wahaka's vino de mezcal series.
When & Where
Guelaguetza first opened its doors in 1994 by immigrant husband and wife Fernando Lopez and Maria Monterrubio. Since then, our goal at Guelaguetza has been to showcase the best of our family recipes and stay true to authentic Oaxacan ingredients. Guelaguetza’s mission is for all of its patrons to live and experience Oaxaca through all of its dishes.
Today, Mr. and Mrs. Lopez are retired and have paved the way for their children, Paulina, Fernando Jr, Elizabeth and Bricia Lopez. This new generation of Oaxaqueños has taken upon themselves the responsibility of not only continuing their family’s restaurant success but also expanding its legacy. Recently they launched their online retail store where fans can purchase Guelaguetza’s famous mole and signature Michelada mix. The Lopez’s have undoubtedly become ambassadors to Oaxacan cuisine in Los Angeles.
Their hard work, dedication and love for their culture have earned them features and mentions in publications such as Los Angeles Times, Jonathan Gold's 101 essential restaurants, The New York Times, GQ Magazine, Esquire, Los Angeles Magazine, Oprah Magazine, The New Yorker, Travel and Leisure, Sunset Magazine and others. Most recently, Guelaguetza was awarded The James Beard Award for the American Classics category, the most prestigious award in the culinary industry.