Posadas Luna Y Sol
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... other local wine which is Malbec. These ice creams were the real deal
and definitely would have an over 18 restriction in Australia. After lunch at
the hostel we headed out again to one of the few wineries open on Sunday. The
amazing thing about Cafayate is that the actual wineries are in the town so
this winery was only a couple of blocks from our hostel. The winery was housed
in an old house with a nice garden courtyard. We ...
... cheese sample but the tour was only 50p so can’t complain. Grabbed a roundel of provencal, garlic and parsley and headed back to town – wanted to squeeze in a bodega or 2!
Coincidentally, did Nanni first, the most appealing and historic of those in town. Informative tour, organic wines, 4 samples for £1, though not anything I’d buy. Slipped in a quick free 5 min tour and sample in another place before heading home for a much needed healthy dinner, then early ...
... surrounded by orange trees, in the gorgeous Argentine sun, drinking 3 different types of sparkling wine - perfect. Our next stop was a vineyard called Piattelli, where we did a tour and wine tasting, sampling 3 different wines (white and two reds). They took us through the whole process of wine making from planting the vines to ageing in oak and bottling. The vineyard had the most amazing views of the hills and vines, surrounded by white roses ...
... uphill, alongside a ravine, and in the middle of a blind curve. After working for a while with wrenches and hammers, the driver seems to have understood that the problem is in the gearbox: not the best place in the world where to be stuck in second gear. The bus goes blindly back down the steep road in neutral until the road is slightly less steep, we close our eyes to see what's going on and then with a tremendous effort it climbs back up again. Two hours of travel as slow as a ...
... we didn't like it either, but these people are being good hosts and are sharing what they love, so that's just rude. Anyway, we had a salad (uninspired with lettuce and cheese only) and a sandwich (using typically salty Cafayate ham) and a couple glasses of their mid-range malbec, which was quite good. They offer a tasting of their regular/ low end wines, but, for a handsome sum of $75, you can taste their top of the line stuff- reservas and special 180 ...