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... black market). Hence they are in high demand in Argentina and we had been given a very good rate if we paid in USD. Being unable to do this, the rate they charged in Pesos meant we paid the equivalent of $45USD more than we had been quoted. We were peeved to say the least as that was a couple of nights worth of accommodation, but had no choice. They then told us we had to leave the apartment at 4pm instead of the arranged 6pm. We had a night ...
... they were on their way.
The lady, the owner – I can’t remember her name now, was so knowledgeable about wine and wine making. We learnt a lot, to say the least. I think we asked too many questions, but she didn’t seem to mind. She had only begun in the wine industry some 15 years or so previously and had to learn everything on the job, and was more than happy to tell us all. After tasting some lovely reds and after over an hour, we ...
Christmas is not normally our favorite holiday, but this year we get to spend it in Mendoza, Argentina. Mendoza is the wine Capitol of South America, and happens to be where our most favoritest wine, Malbec, is produced. Plus Santa Cynthia is going to be in town with us. So we are sharing a hotel room with Cynthia instead of a hostel with a bunch of drunks. Our room is right next to the pool, too. The first night, Christmas ...
... Madding crowd - well we all know Hardy is a brilliant writer blah blah blah. However.. Gabriel Oak must be the most unrealistic character ever to be created! What a goody two shoes! The plot was a bit dry, three blokes fancy the same woman etc Boredom was lifted towards the end where one shots the other and ends up in jail. The steadfast Gabriel prevails of course. I couldnīt even get a grip on the character of the soldier, it seemed to change all the time. Bit dull, didnīt really like ...
... and some dessert wines. We did a quick tour here, learning the process of wine making and again 4 tasters. We made a pitstop for lunch in their
restaurant and had some local cuisine of 'Locro'..broadbeans, sausage, chicken and meat in a stew and of course a copa de vino tinto by the fire! Yum!
Mevi the boutique winery was next for 3 glasses of 'young' wines (that havent been oaked for long...im sure you all know ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking