La Posada de Vistalba (Carlos Pulenta Winery)
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31 December 2014
Second day of driving. We like to go to Maipu and Valle de Uco. Those places are known for it's best of Malbec in those finest wineries. Beside of wine there are also olive oil producers. We visited the olive oil producer "Pasrai" and the biological wine producer "Bodega Familia Cecchin", www.bodegacecchin.com.ar. Both were very interesting and we enjoyed it a lot especially the tastings! The wine of Cecchin is even ...
Red wine time!!! I had been very much looking forward to Mendoza as the
region is famous for Malbec red wine, which is one of my favorites! I
had been recommended a hostel where you get free red wine every night
from 7-9pm so that was immediately where I headed! Not only was it free
but it was really good = perfect combination! We arrived on the first
night at 7pm, so it was ...
... She asked us about our experiences of Argentina so far and we gave her some recommendations, maybe some will make it to the next edition of the book!
★What we did★●Anna's Bistro-This restaurant was recommended to us by the hostel for its good food but more importantly because it was one of few places open in the afternoon. We had the set lunchtime menu and the smoothie of the day for 118 pesos each. We sat in the ...
... We spent a full day riding bikes in between wineries with some Aussie's and Kiwi's tasting grapes off the vine, seeing how they actually make the wine, eating an amazing lunch of deli meats/cheeses/olives, and of course drinking LOTS of amazing wine. I also have to hand it to the Argentinians their idea of group wine "tasting", unlike in the states where they pour a splash of each bottle, is just giving you the whole bottle... and ...
... First stop Bodega Lagarde, started with tour and saw the equipment for making wine, stainless steel VATs, barrels and bottles. Outside and our tour guy opened a sparkling brut and very much enjoyed drinking that as we went to look at the oldest vines and try the grapes. Despite it only being just after 10am a great start to the day standing in the sun with bubbles looking at the beautiful vines (although later realised mozzies had attacked me here). Headed to ...
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