Estacion Mendoza Hostel
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... and we were all hugely excited / nervous. We decided to spend the day back at the vineyards and try and see the other main vineyards we missed. our favourite wine so far on our trip had been the Trapiche Reserva so we made the relatively long bike ride up to the estate. Frustratingly the vineyard was closed due to protests happening in the area. We rode onto the next one and had a delicious lunch overlooking some of the estate. We then found ...
... the vines, which are all covered by a shade cloth. They clusters of grapes are forming beneath, and the height of the trellis is an indicator of the level to prune. These shade cloths are only used to protect the vines from the many hail storms that occur in this region. We also were instructed on the methode champaignoise, which they use to produce their sparkling wines. Off we went for more sniffing, checking for tears, and tasting. If we stumbled out of ...
... nicer hostel, Hostel Lagares We spent the first day exploring the town of Mendoza and walked around the ginormous park that's in the middle if town. Deep in this park is the football ground for Goody Cruz Mendoza. We headed over there to watch a game and bought tickets which were much cheaper than the Boca Juniors game 80 pesos for Chris (£8) and 40 pesos for me (£4- women and children get half price tickets for some sexist reason). I had to go through a ...