Quinta Rufino Hostel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... restaurants. We couldn't resists our 6th steak in a row before entering a bar where I had a score to settle with Jake in the form of a few games of pool. We were definitely living on Argentinian time at this point as before we knew it it was 4am. The bars were still buzzing and it wasn't unusual to see people casually eating dinner on the terraces. An early bus to Santiago was booked for the next morning so we said our goodbyes before resting our heads for a few ...
... and 5 sons. On the logo/label the name has 5 starts to represent the son and a silhouette of the father. I was lucky enough to have my own private tour of the winery, no one else turned up, which was still relatively new at around 5 years old. They stored the wines in large white cube shaped rooms called pools, which was very different to the usual stainless steel tanks I've seen before. Underground these pools looked like a hospital corridor as they were so white ...
... bottles of about 1 litre - the San Felipe wine continues to be sold in the distinctive bottle.
After the museum, we walked down into the tasting room. The kids got to take a few photos and were then ushered back out. It was time for some tasting. We tasted two of the museum wines that are only sold in the bodega, a Cabernet Sauvignon and a Malbec. They were okay but not easy to drink on their own, they would be better with food.
We left the bodega and cycled ...
... of the mountains was truly unbelievable, as we drove up the winding roads. Mendoza is famous for its wineries, and as we approached the town, I was surprised to see such a large city. I was more expecting countryside like the hunter valley. It turned out that the nice big wineries were all a bit out of town. * Bikes & wines tour- a group of 15 Aussies that were travelling together, were staying at my hostel. I was on my own, and made friends with the group. We ...
... in Argentina. Mendoza was a 'nice' city, clean, safe and famous for making wine. It's actually desert country but the people there have made complicated irrigation systems from the rivers and can flood their crops when they want to. I went on a wine tour and aside from learning how wine is made and doing a fair bit of tasting, I also met a cool bunch of people. We bought wine and drank it on the grass outside ...