On Sunday, October 29th, Camerata will host José Pastor and Noel Téllez for a party to celebrate the arrival of Bichi wines to Texas!
Bichi Winery is the result of a collaboration of the Téllez family and Burgundian-turned-Chilean winemaker Louis-Antoine Luyt. The winery is located in northern Baja, in the town of Tecate, where the Pacific Ocean breezes help to moderate the high-altitude climate. Bichi is slang for nude, which aptly describes the minimal interventionist approach the Téllez family takes to viticulture and vinification.
Thanks to José Pastor, one of the country's most ardent supporters of Spanish natural wine, these wines are available for the first time in Texas. We're excited to host their big debut: José, Noel, and our BFFs from Rootstock Distribution will be on hand to discuss the natural wine movement as it relates to Mexico. All of the Bichi wines will be available by-the-glass and for retail purchase. We're even getting Montrose legend Tacos Tierra Caliente to park their truck here in the Paulie's parking lot. Crush some barbacoa and al pastor with these wines as we say ¡Bienvenidos! to Mexico's Naked Revolution.
*Text borrowed from Camerata at Paulie's, 1830 Wertheimer Rd, Houston, Texas 77098