Bay Area Brazilian Restaurant, Pampas, Announces 4th Annual Grand Tasting Event

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Pampas Restaurant, where the authenticity of the Brazilian churrasco meets a modern dining emporium, is featuring its 4th Annual Grand Wine Tasting event.

With over 20 top producers pouring more than 90 wines all under one roof, the Grand Tasting is sure to have something for everyone.

Pampas Restaurant, one of the Bay Area’s best steakhouses and Brazilian restaurants, is announcing its annual Grand Tasting event on Monday, May 20th, from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Pre-ordered tickets are $30 per person all inclusive, $35 at the door.

Pampas’ Grand Tasting event showcases top wineries from around the world selling their wines directly to consumers. Join them for the Peninsula’s biggest tasting event of the year, and taste with master sommeliers, winemakers, importers, and brand ambassadors directly. Whether new to tasting or a seasoned veteran, discovering new wines or rediscovering old favorites, this will be an evening to remember.

“With over 20 top producers pouring more than 90 wines all under one roof, the Grand Tasting is sure to have something for everyone,” states Moritz Drost of Pampas Restaurant. Pampas will once again be featuring top local producers from Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Russian River, Mendocino, San Luis Obispo, and Paso Robles, and Santa Barbara, as well as imported favorites from France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, and South America.

Casually stroll booth to booth, sampling favorite wines while enjoying fine food offerings, specially prepared by Pampas chefs exclusively for this event. New to wine tasting? Let a master sommelier guide the journey with regional maps, product sheets, and vintage charts, to help pick the perfect wine. Find a favorite? Buy it on the spot at discounted distributor pricing. “For our guests’ convenience, all wine will promptly be shipped to Pampas, where it will be sorted and inspected for any potential damages, and attendees will be notified when their purchases are ready for pick-up,” said Moritz Drost.

Bid on exclusive library and large format bottles at the silent auction, or enter in the ongoing raffles throughout the evening. This event features wines of all styles at every price point, including sought after new releases, hard to find library collections, and end of vintage selections. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to sample and purchase remarkable wines direct from the wineries.

This is an exclusive, private event with limited tickets so make sure to RSVP quickly before it sells out!

More information about this event can be found at their website Reservation requests can be emailed to Events(at)pampaspaloalto(dot)com, or by contacting them directly at 650.327.1323.

About Pampas Restaurant

The authenticity of the Brazilian churrasco at Pampas Restaurant creates a modern-dining emporium where everyone can feel at home. Pampas Restaurant offers a sidebar brimming with seasonal vegetables, fresh salads and artisanal cheeses. As one of the best steakhouses in the Bay Area, Pampas serves simply prepared meats that are spit roasted to juicy perfection and sliced tableside without limit. Pampas brings a team of accomplished professionals to every aspect of food, beverage and service. With its restaurant catering service, Pampas is committed to providing an extraordinary experience to Bay Area residents.

About the company:

First open to the public in April of 2008, Pampas delivers the modern churrascaria experience in the heart of downtown Palo Alto. A dining tradition of nomadic Brazilian cowboys (gauchos) over two hundred years ago, the original methods and experience has been refined to its modern incarnation. Enjoy more than a dozen perfectly cooked meats delivered and carved tableside. Restaurant catering is also available off-site for parties and private events, as well as on-site event catering services. For more information, please visit their website at

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