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... a notable sight. While at the Hand we met a very friendly Brazillian man on a Honda Trans Alp. We then continued on through this dry land – no shrubs or grasses to see. The only thing vertical in the landscape are manmade – vehicles, and in places power poles and later, in the windy zone, wind machines! The road surface was great but we had a steady head on wind all the way. Our overnight stop Caldera (7pm) at a motel on the ...
... Sour (local grape brandy, lemon or lime juice and bitters) to go around.
After lunch we boarded our bus for the 90 minute drive back to the port. Out in the Limari area we saw lots of sand dunes, cacti (we learned that the fruit of the cactus has more Vitamin C than an orange and was given to the pirates for scurvy) and acres and acres of olive trees, almond trees and vineyards. Some of the grapes are grown just for juice as well. There is alot of ...
2. C******nay 2012
Clear and bright. Buttery, creamy nose. Clean, integrated, soft and balanced with great minerality.
3. Viognier 2013
Clear and bright. Quite a tropical nose. Rich, creamy, medium acid and good texture.
4. Muscat 2013
Clear and bright, very floral nose. Dry, crisp, rich.
5. Carménère 2011
Vey intense. Black fruits, warm spice. Rich, intense, long, ...
... Organic vines (there are few pests in the area as it is so arid). The alcoholic fermentation is done in steel tanks then a post fermentation maceration is performed to gain more extraction from the skins and pips. The wine is aged in French oak for 12 months and then bottle aged for a further 24 months before release. There were only 4,500 bottles of this wine.
Clear and bright. Very sharp nose with violets and ...
... We got back and cooked them straight away - then arrived the hostel kittens! Clearly we were cooking their favourite meal! And it was my favourite meal! We have no idea what the name of the fish was but it was absolutely amazing! Later Chris watched the football on telly and we had another cooked meal in to save moneys. I met an English guy in the communal area who have me some advice on places to see in Peru when we get there and we had an early ...