Casa Mendoza Andes
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... my cereal firmly in place and it is with these thoughts whilst raking cornflakes and yogurt across the table cloth that I look up and see the rosy cheeks of English women with there straight backed husbands quietly talking in hushed tones as only the English can,not wanting to make a scene with legs tucked neatly under the table and sipping tea,she talking and him grunting. It felt like a quick snapshot of home and put a wide grin on my face.There were also some Aussie ...
... I fell in love with Mendoza, very different to any other Argentinian city in that the roads are wide and the buildings small, mostly down to the fact that it has been leveled three times by earthquakes. Sadly. the poor climate continued - we encountered a year´s worth of rainfall in 2 days, and they say global warming is a myth! Luckily there were still plenty of things to do in the city, and my hostel´s free wine hour ...
... just taste 3 or 4 like in many other wineries. Here the tasting is of at least six or eight kinds with pretty generous pours. So, it's a good thing we didn't try to see all 1000 of Mendoza's bodegas. Today we hit three.
Our driver Diego picked us up at 9:30 and we drove about 15 minutes south to Bodega Tapiz, which is the winery owned by the same place we are staying. We were greeted by a beautiful herds of ...
... behind. When these chambers were built, they were made using English brick and German concrete, as they did not have these materials in Argentina. This particular vineyard has 40hectares of vines growing and in March they harvest. They have 40 people who do it by hand and when I asked, she says it takes about 2 weeks to pick the grapes. Amazing! For red wine they use the whole berry, as this is what makes the red colour for the wine. No additional alcohol ...
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