Hostal Reloj de Flores B&B
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... Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon
Additional wines (not usually poured on this tour but because of our intense interest were shared):
... but strong). Still, we did run into some translation problems, one afternoon ordering what we thought was some sort of parmesan dip on crackers, only to be delivered a plate of clams. Thank goodness they were covered with cheese so they slid down easily.
The adjacent town is Valparaiso, the oldest city and most important seaport in Chile. Rising up
from the sea on 42 hills is a picturesque ...
... drank a Mote de Huesillo (peach juice, puffed wheat and a whole dried peach), we went shopping at the only H&M in South America, and visited the Museum of Memory & Human Rights to learn about Chile's dark (and scarily recent) past. The museum is a memorial to a time in Chilean history, where tens of thousands of people, primarily socialists, were either killed, imprisoned or fled the country under the dictatorship of Pinochet between ...
... with merkÚn)
Matched with a Terroir Hunter Sauvignon Blanc 2012 from Undurraga
Ravioli de pato con salsa de ciruela y oporto
(Duck Ravioli with plum sauce and Port)
Matched with a Carabantes Syrah 2010 from Vi˝a von Siebenthal
Cheekily followed by a Syrah/Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 from Flaherty
No desert but an astounding Pisco called Kappa which was fine ...
... for birds to drop their treasure from the sky, they both are charming. Fonck is elected the best part of Chile so far as we follow our hearts to the beach. Strong late afternoon sun and warm sand congratulate us on finding our gold as we nap in bliss. Late afternoon turns early evening and the silent dinner bell starts to ring. A thorough sweep of the restaurant row by the beach dictates that ...