Argentine Wine Nite with Bodega Atamisque - Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill

Argentine Wine Nite with Bodega Atamisque

This 21st November, Santa Fe’s Purvis Street restaurant transforms into a walkaround tasting room showcasing 10 wines from Bodega Atamisque, each one uniquely paired with a dish prepared by Santa Fe’s culinary team.

Grab a glass and navigate your way through the evening’s lineup, chat with our wine specialists on the different labels presented, and meet fellow wine lovers in a casual and friendly setting.

This event is brought to you in partnership with Estate Wines, Atamisque’s Singapore representative and distributor.

The Menu & Wines

The evening begins at 6.30pm with the designated free-flow wine of the evening, which will be available all the way through till 10pm…

Atamisque Serbal Chardonnay
Tostada chips with Salsa, Queso & Guacamole

From 7.30 to 8.30pm, enjoy three wines from Atamisque’s everyday-drinking Serbal range with a salad bar and cold appetizers…

Atamisque Serbal Viognier
Tropical Fruit & Salad Bar with a variety of dressings

Atamisque Serbal Pinot Noir
Selection of Cold Cuts

Atamisque Serbal Malbec
Selection of USA Cheeses

Move on to three wines from Atamisque’s Catalpa range from 8 to 9pm. Catalpa, named after a South American tree with beautiful white flowers, is Atamisque’s premium line made from grapes grown in their San Jose, Tupungato (Uco Valley) vineyard 1300m above sea level. Pair them with individually-portioned culinary creations from Santa Fe…

Atamisque Catalpa Pinot Noir
Smoked Duck Spaghetti Aglio-Olio

Atamisque Catalpa Cabernet Sauvignon
Grilled Herb-&-Spice Shrimp Skewers

Atamisque Catalpa Malbec
Beef Meatball with Berry Compote

Good things come to those who wait. From 8.30 to 10pm, indulge in the wines of Atamisque’s flagship series, which are all aged 14-16 months in French oak barrels. Enjoy them with a live carving station by the chefs of Santa Fe…

Atamisque Cabernet Sauvignon
Roast Chicken with Honey & Spices

Atamisque Malbec
Roast Lamb Rack with Berry & Nut Crust

Atamisque Assemblage
Roast Beef Ribeye with Chimichurri Sauce

Accompanied by grilled mixed vegetables, spice-roasted baby potatoes, and arroz blanco (Mexican white rice). 

Tickets & Enquiries

Purchase your tickets online to be guaranteed entry to the event. For enquiries or other payment options, please call us at 62722775.

Online Ticket: $58nett
At The Door: $68nett

About the Winery

In the Uco Valley located in the district of San José of Tupungato, on the world-renowned ‘Ruta del Vino’, one can see the sprawling Atamisque estate which comprises a winery, restaurant, lodging, and even a trout farm and a 9-hole gold course.

Behind a charming stone wall, visitors are welcomed by a grove of poplars. After these first steps in the estate, one will already get a feel of the richness, diversity and peacefulness of this project. The owners John & Chantal Du Monceau invite you to discover and enjoy the harmony between leisure, recreation and the sound of nature.


Uco was an Indigenous chief of the Huarpes Millcayac people who lived in the valley centuries ago. Around 1941-1493, the Incas incorporated the Valley to their vast empire, the Tawantinsuyu – translated as the empire of ‘the four parts’. The Valley would become part of the Collasuyu. In 1608, the Jesuits settled in Mendoza and in 1658 founded a rural property in the Uco Valley, the San José estancia. This gave birth to the town and what would later become the Atamisque estancia.

This property, which originally possessed 19,000 ha, was divided at the end of the 20th century. The estancia passed through several owners, until a French man acquired it: John Du Monceau. He had fallen in love with the place and had decided to settle down there with his wife, Chantal, whose grandfather had been a winemaker in the French region of Beaujolais. This prompted her to support the idea of building a winery in the property. Thus Bodega Atamisque was born, inspired by the name the land once possessed.

The first harvest was proudly achieved in March 2007.


The vineyard is located on a slope just below the Andes, at 1,300 meters above sea level. Because of this, the ground has an interesting mix of alluvial soil, with rocky substrate and top caps of sandy loam texture. The terroir of the San José district of Tupungato is one of the best of Mendoza because of the combination of sunny days and cold nights, which are required to obtain the perfect concentration of colors, aromas and soft tannins, which allows producing powerful, elegant wines with great potential for aging. The harvest is always done by hand, allowing better focus on sanitation and maturity control.

In addition to the classic Malbec, the zone’s fresh climate allows Atamisque to produce excellent Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc.


Atamisque’s elaboration facility is equipped with the best technology, and incorporates ingenuous ideas such as the flagstone roof of San Juan, inspired by customs of the mountainous region of the French and Italian Alps – A true innovation for a winery at an international level.

The winery, which has a capacity of 1,000,000 litres, was conceived according the law of gravity, so that the elaboration process would have a cadence in its successive steps without needing to use pumps. This allows for the movement of raw material without damaging the berries.

For the red wines, fermentation is kept under a certain temperature and lasts for 15 days. Subsequently the marc is left in contact with the new wine during a time period that can last from 10 to 15 days. For the Catalpa and Atamisque lines, the free-run wine then goes on to age for 12 to 16 months in superior barrels made from French Vosges, Allier and Nevers oak, in order to gain opulence and complexity.


Meet Atamisque’s international sales manager Martin Dundas, who will be sharing more about their wines as the night progresses. 

Tickets & Enquiries

Purchase your tickets online to be guaranteed entry to the event. For enquiries or other payment options, please call us at 62722775.

Online Ticket: $58nett
At The Door: $68nett


21 Nov 2019 (Thu)

Online Ticket: $58nett
At The Door: $68nett