Estacion Mendoza Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
- Concierge desk
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... to Dominio Del Plata, one of the few wineries with a female at the helm. We learned owner/winemaker Suzanna Balbo is a pioneer in Argentinian winemaking with a string of accolades attached. Early on she could only land cellar rat type jobs but persistence paid off and now she's one of the most respected winemakers in the country. A handful of bodegas offer lunch paired with estate wines, and ...
... for us, and started us off with a glass of wine, before bringing in an entire tray of food - salad, fruit salad, bread roll, sandwich meats and cheese. The bread and fruit were ok but the salad looked tired - much like an airplane salad but about three times the size. Next we were served the main course and had our wine fully topped up. Dinner was a shockingly mushy plop pretending to be vegetarian lasagne. However, it compared to bad airline food and was piping hot, ...
... Our hostel persuaded us to do this wine region instead of the popular Maipu as it was meant to be a lot more beautiful and rural. This it was, surrounded by the Andes and lots of vineyards and farms. We hired some bikes and with our wine map we were on our way, all before midday. We visited 3 wineries and ended our day with liqueur and condiment tasting, including chutneys, jams and Dulce De Leche, a condensed milk caramel ...