We are thrilled to announce our next special, after-hours wine tasting on April 27th from 7:30pm-9:30pm.
Joining us is Emilio Rodriguez, winemaker for Terras Gauda (in Rías Baixas) and Bodegas Pittacum (in Bierzo).
Enjoy a flight of 6 wines expertly paired with Galician Conservas (those little seafood jewels that Spain is known so well for)
as well as our very own Chef Jaume’s Arroz Negro.
We have very limited space available and tickets must be purchased in advance.
To reserve your spot please call us or send us an email.
Thursday, April 27th (7:30-9:30pm)
We know a thing or two about hosting a great fiesta. Make sure to stop by our wine shop and stock up on all the bubbles and party-friendly bottles to help ring in the New Year right (and help wash down all the delicious Jamón!)
Special SoHo holiday hours this week are:
Saturday (NYE) Open: 11am-6pm
Sunday (New Years Day): Closed
Monday, January 2nd: Regular schedule
Happy New Year from all of us at Despaña!
We think the best way to learn about wine is to imbibe as much as possible! That’s why we host weekly tastings in our SoHo wine shop on Wednesday & Thursdays, with some snacks from our next-door café as well.
Now that we’re in the holiday spirit, for the next week (Monday, December 19 – Friday, December 23rd) we will pour a few special bottles every night of the week, starting at 5pm-7:30pm. For further details give us a call, or better yet, stop by the shop!
We have some special guests from @travelchannel coming to film at our café in SoHo.
We’d love to have you here with us to give them a warm welcome.
If you would like to eat at Despaña, chat with TV crew members, and be on an awesome Travel Channel program, stop by our store in SoHo tomorrow,
Thursday, December 15th between 11:00 am – 2:00 pm.
We seriously love the Thanksgiving holiday–the food, friends, football and especially, the wines. Since the menu tends to be a standard mix of turkey/stuffing/mashed potatoes/candied yams/pumpkin pie we’ve selected a group of wines that are anything but the usual suspects. Also, they are insanely food (and people) friendly.
The breakdown: 1 bubbly Cava, 1 mineral-driven crisp aperitif white, a light bright red, a red with a bit more body and spicy oak, and 1 lovely naturally sweet half dessert half bottle for pumpkin pie.