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... size-adjust: auto;">Signos de Origin 2014 C******nay, Viognier, Marsanne, Rousanne blend, and the Signos 2011 Carmenere. These two wines were fermented in "the egg", a new process for us but becoming more popular in Chile. Finally the 2013 Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc. Being able to taste the additional wines rounded out the tasting tremendously.
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Emiliana has 500 hectars planted in Casablanca, 2,200 total in ...
... jako na kolotoči. Do Vina dorazíme asi za 20 minut. Vina je úplně jine město než Valparaiso. Valpo jak mu místní říkají, je takové umělecké a unikátní město, v některých místech až chudé a opotřebované. Naopak Vina je město bohatých s vysokými budovami apartmánu a plážemi, na kterých se místní vyvaluji. Voda v moři je studena, protože ji sem přináší oceánský proud. I když na plazi je narváno jen ...
... grim sight. Old buildings with no life, only Nona, the now old granddaughter of one of the original Italian families that lived on the street remains to bring a bit of excitement to our visit there. Everyone on the tour was asked to greet her with a buon giorno Nona! She loved it! We then went to see one of the typical ascensors (lifts) that go up the side of the mountainside to the higher reaches of the city. Aurelie was left shocked when we unfortunately came across a ...
We arrived at
one of the 5 bus terminals in Santiago and walked the 2 blocks to the nearby underground
station to travel to another bus terminal where buses to Valparaiso left from.
We were struggling to work out which direction when a kindly gentleman who was
originally from Cuba came up and helped us. We are always amazed by the
uninvited generosity of people when ...
... is very deep. At 44m (about 125 feet) it's perfect for large ships.
During Valpo's golden era, it had lots of "firsts" for Latin America for example the first fire station. The town is very fire prone because of a combination of the dry climate, the electrical power system and way of building houses. The first fire station was founded by 151 British and 4 Chileans, but financed by an American so it's called the Fire Station of America. Firefighters are all ...