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... included 3 wineries, an olive oil place, and a chocolate/liquor shop. It was a great day! Most of the wineries featured Malbec, which is The Wine of Argentina. We don't usually drink red, but through the tastings, I think we developed a new appreciation for it. We met a fun couple from San Francisco on the tour and sat with them for the included lunch. They are long-term travelers, in their 8th month, so it was fun to hear their ...
... br> Only 9 hours left in the bus. Fortunately I managed to get some sleep. Even though that guys hand accidentally touched my bum for half of the ride. I was so tired I didn't even care.
Being in the capital of wine in Argentina, I went on a wine tasting. The tour stopped at 2 different wineries (there are more than 1200 in Mendoza).
The first one was huge with the biggest barrels I have ever seen (357 hectoliter). We got to try one ...
Dark & gloomy so didn’t rush out – leisurely breakfast
and packed, then took the tram back to Maipu for some more wine sampling – only
a couple of snifters but it was free and interesting to see Bodegas Lopez in
action, one of the biggest wineries in the country. Checked out another place
but wasn’t excited by the ...
... which is the best part of 2 hours turns out to be one of the best experiences of the trip so far. The horses are fairly placid and know the route like the back of their hands but that's not to say it ever becomes boring. The track goes up, down, around and through swamps and rivers all against the Andean backdrop. The trip ends with a traditional Argentinian barbecue back at the ranch alongside some great Malbec wine where Karen is full of praise for ...