Cambalache | Wines of Argentina
Cambalache | Wines of Argentina
Cambalache | Wines of Argentina



Instead, this is a wine tasting that has the country's spirit and culture at its heart. "Cambalache: One Night in Argentina" gets you up close and personal with some of the best bits of this unique and exciting nation; the wine, the food, the art, the music, the language and much more. Our "Cambalache" takes place at MC Motors, in Dalston, one of the East-end's incredible warehouse spaces that evokes the retro glamour that is ever-present in Argentina.

As well as 150 wines from over 25 top wineries there will be an array of quintessentially Argentine experiences including:

Make mine a Fernet Coca

Fernet Branca

A bartender’s favourite, Fernet Branca is an Italian aperitif containing 27 herbs that the Argentines are obsessed with. Come and see if your nose can distinguish them all in a unique masterclass.

Street Art Socialising

In Argentina, street art is a true form of expression and communication. Watch 3 of the most provocative artists, P3dro, Pastel and Tester, live in action.

Sunday in San Telmo

If you’ve ever been to Buenos Aires on a Sunday, there’s only one place to go – San Telmo Market. Experience a little bit of the buzz that comes with this must-see site.

A Sensory Wine Experience

What goes on around us has a huge impact on how we taste. Find out why from two of the UK’s top sensory analysis professors, Barry Smith and Charles Spence.

The Ultimate Steak Companion

A quick internet search will throw up many theories for the origins of this national sauce. Whatever you choose, believe it tastes fantastic. Learn how to make your own with our top chefs.

Feast Like a Gaucho

Out in the plains of the Patagonian Pampas the asado (BBQ) is both a ritual and a spectacle, often consisting of Argentina’s world famous beef and incredible ‘Cordero al Palo’ (lamb on a spit).

£40 per ticket*

Price includes all food and drink

*Booking Fees May Apply

MC Motors

76 Stoke Newington Road, Dalston, N16 7XB


Wed 30th April and Thu 1st May 2014