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... Uco At A Glance
Location: 80 k south west of Mendoza City
Sub-regions: San Carlos, TunuyŠn, Tupungato
Climate: Continental, dry and sunny (250 days a year)
Average annual temperature: 14c
Soils: Alluvial, colluvial soils, river beds and limestone patches
Main Grape Varieties: Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonarda, Pinot Noir, C******nay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris
... dry and Mendoza is only able to have vineyards, parks etc. due to a very pretty (I think) irrigation system which you can see running through the streets. Most people visit the city to taste the wine from the surrounding vineyards and go horse-riding in the Andes. They also produce olive oil, nuts and dried fruit. We only had the time to stay for a few days before we had to bus back to Santiago. We spent one of the days wondering around the city. Along the way we went to ...
... our bikes hanging out the back of the open boots of the taxis! At this point, a small, self-congratulatory sense of relief washed over us. We had somehow made it! But we were then met by one of the vilest human beings to ever grace our presence - the lady at the Andesmar bus office desk. We had bought our tickets online and had downloaded the etickets onto Nadine's iPad and phone. Unfortunately, the she devil said, without a printed copy, we effectively had no ticket. The ...
... best bit was it only cost $8 and came with a glass of wine! We decided to heat out of Mendoza to enjoy the lovely setting. First we did an amazing horse riding tour around 20km from Mendoza into the hills at sunset and it was beautiful. All the horses are rescue horses and the tours pay for their care. I did my first river crossing, steep uphill, steep downhill and trotting which was awesome. I now feel a lot more confident on a horse and it was a great ...
... one, Mevi, and a family run cosy second one, Familia de Tomas. At the first one we did a wine tasting; we were given a placemat with different wine names and descriptions on and we had to place our 3 glasses over the ones we wanted to taste. I chose a red, a white and rose and the white - Torrontes - was my favourite. The owner of the vineyard was on the table next to us and probably judging out sip-and-see wine tasting techniques haha! ...