Casa Coupage isn't cheap, but I would argue that you get great value for your money. My dinner at Casa Coupage was my favorite wine experience of my time in Argentina. We did four closed-door dinners during our time in Argentina. Casa Coupage was the most wine focused of all of the dinners. Santiago, owner and head sommelier at Casa Coupage, was our host for the evening. We was extremely welcoming, exceptionally knowledgable about wines, and extraordinarily humble at the same time. Casa Coupage is setup more like a normal restaurant than the closed-door dinners we did in people's actual apartments. You have a private table at Casa Coupage. They have an a la crate menu and a tasting menu. We did the tasting menu, which I would recommend because it was a lot of fun the way Santiago did the wine pairings for each course. You can choose between wine tastings of 3, 5, or 7 glasses. I'd recommend doing the 7-glasses with the tasting menu. You can decide between the 5 glass pairing and the 7 glass pairing after the 3rd course, which is nice because it allows you to feel things out before committing.
I wrote an article for my blog on our experiences at closed-door dinners in Argentina. You can check it out at:
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