Iberian wine tasting at Barlata – Tuesday November 11th

BarlataBarlata is pleased to present a unique evening of Iberian wine tasting with Jose Pastor

Pastor Selections: Importer of IBERIAN WINES made by real farmers

Tuesday, Nov 11
Barlata Tapas Bar
1500 South Lamar Blvd, Ste. 150
Austin, TX  78704
Cost: $70.00, plus tax and 18% gratuity 

  Menu Pairings

  • Nanclares Albarino 2012

    • Tiradito of Escolar with Escalivada
  • Luis Rodriguez, Os Pasos Ribeiro 2012

    • Grilled Octopus with Fennel and Onion 
  • Goyo Garcia, Cobero Palomino 2012

    • Beef Tongue salad with Piquillo Vinagrette 
  • Suriol Castanyer Brut Nature 2007 Cava

    • Tortilla Espanola 
  • Bernabe Navarro, El Morron 2012

    • House Cured Pork Canary Style
  • Luis Rodriguez Os Pasos Tinto 2011

    • Baby Squid stuffed with Sausage, cooked in its own ink
  • Goyo Garcia, Cobero 2011

    • Piquillo Peppers stuffed with Crab Meat and Pimenton Sauce
  • Guimaro, Finca Meixeman 2011

    • Arros Austin, smoked Rice Paella with Pork Belly and Mushrooms

 RSVP by November 10


Potential Classes

ClassesPlease vote for classes that you would like by sending me an email with your top three picks to sam@eastendwinesatx.com. At the start of next week I will use the responses to choose the next few regional / non-varietal class themes. Next week on Tuesday the 5th we will have a Cabernet Sauvignon Class for $35 – watch for the Constant Contact email –

Australia Tour


Beach Wines


California Class

Central Otago



Cote de Beaune

Cote de Nuits

Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Holiday Wine Buying

Italy Into

Italy North to South

Junk Food Wine Tasting

Mosel, Germany

Most Important Grapes & Regions

Napa versus Bordeaux

Natural – Organic – Biodynamic

New School California

Obscure Grapes

Old School California

Orange Wines

Order in a Restaurant


Pizza and Wine

Port and Chocolate

Rioja versus Ribera del Duero



Somm Faves

South Africa

Spain and Portugal Classic Wines

Starting a Collection

Taste Like a Sommelier



Wine Pairing

Women Winemakers

Corkage Policy –

          The East End Wines Corkage Policy is to charge $7 to open a 750ml bottle of wine on the premises. We will charge less for smaller bottles ($3.50 for 375ml, $1.75 for a 187ml split). As this is based on our true retail pricing, we feel this is one of the best deals in town. The corkage goes to cover the consulting, fees, extra insurance, building of the patio, hiring of staff, breakage and “shrink” of glassware, ice buckets, and ice that we provide to people who are using the corkage fee to drink wine on our premises, the entirety of which are covered by our Texas Winery License. This makes it a true On Premise / Off Premise license, so that you are able to legally buy anything in the store and drink it here, and take anything that you do not finish with you. It also precludes the consumption of a few things that are not available to be purchased from East End Wines, as beer and liquor would not be covered by the license that we have, and thus cannot be consumed anywhere on our premises.

          As a quick example, using one of our least expensive bottles of wine, that sees our standard markup – Famega Vinho Verde 2012 – 6.97, +7 for corkage, with 1.15 tax = $15.12 for 4 6 oz. glasses of wine. This is an extreme instance, where the corkage is more than the retail price of the wine. That being said, the glass price comes to $3.78, where the least I would expect to find it elsewhere, by the glass, would be $4.75, and probably not for a 6 oz pour, but a five ounce pour. (Restaurant in Minneapolis – 6 gl, 22 btl, Morrisville, Vermont – 6 gl, 24 btl, San Francisco – 9gl).

          As the retail price of the wine that you pay corkage for goes up, the deal gets better, and we feel that it is very fair at the rate that we have it set currently. Please come and avail yourselves of this great deal and try the wines in the shop, at the shop, with food from Three Little Pigs, on the delightful patio.