Winca's Apart

Address: 1738 Rioja, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5500, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 1738 Rioja, Mendoza, is near The Hill of Glory (Cerro de la Gloria), Bodega Ruca Malen, Pulenta Estate Winery, and Andeluna Cellars.
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Travel Blogs from Mendoza

Malbec and yet more Malbec! Don't cry for us ;-)

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Apr 29, 2015

4 comments, 70 photos

... of her knocking on the door trying to get out, or was it get into heaven. Spooky! The cemetery was begun, if that’s the right expression, in 1823 and the majority of the “inhabitants" seemed to be important politicians or newspaper moguls and one was an Irish naval man who had something to do with beginning the navy in Argentina. His tomb was easy to spot because it was a green plinth! And of course Evita and her family have a tomb here and ...

Santiago to Mendoza

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 22, 2015

1 photo

... guys have it easy and are still lazy. We are left waiting nearly an extra hour while a few people are interrogated after trying to smuggle certain things in, before we are finally on the road again. I've we just downed so many eggs and so much chicken, only to be waved away by customs when declaring our fresh produce and animal products. The bus takes off and it is already nearing 1300 but before long, we crash out agai. I wake up before Leesh and ...

Wine time

A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Mar 07, 2015

7 photos

We flew from El Calafate to Mendoza with an overnight stop (12pm-5am) in Buenos Aires, we slept in the airport-low point! Arriving in Mendoza slightly less than fresh we found ourselves in the midst of the Vendimia carnival procession, a huge harvest festival celebration for the wine growing regions. The procession had float after float of wannabe wine queens interspersed with Gaucho dancing troops clad in brightly coloured jingling costumes. The ...

Weather Interference

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 20, 2015

3 photos

... course, red wine. Eduardo had been observing our palettes and chose a wine we would both like. He was right. A blend of four different red grapes. Full.......again!!
The old winery still exists and there is an exquisite mural, painted, then hand decorated with sequins. There must be hundreds of thousands if not millions of them. They had retained all the old French oak casks, and they were works of art. One thing we have learnt is that French oak casks are smooth ...

More Food and Wine??!!

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jan 19, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... the viscosity of a wine is due to glycerine and it can be artificially enhanced by simply adding some more. Thus, more tears does not necessarily mean better wine.
When we returned to Cavas we rested for a while, then I had a swim.
Then another surprise - I went to the gym again!! I just needed to move to help digest lunch. I did 25 mins and Derek did an hour.
Dinner was soup for me and soup and pasta for Derek.
Bed at 10.30 after tea in our room.