Hotel Restaurant Cap Ducal
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... tasting. Conejo (rabbit) slow cooked until it falls off the bone- soft and succulent with an apricot sauce reminiscent of BBQ but a more mellow flavor. This came with a sauté salad of black beans, zucchini pieces, celery, onions and spices, then mixed with gigantes beans. And a slow-cooked beef dish with Malbec drizzle. Flawless.
Interesting Casas del Bosque Tid-bits:
- Cold maceration is completed on all wines, regardless of color.
... Mar, chosen by Henk.
While in Renaca having lunch one day, we met a wonderful Argentine family. The daughter spoke beautiful English and helped us with the menu. She gave us her email and cell phone number if our travels took us to their hometown of Mendoza, Argentina, the wine capital. Such nice people!
On another day, we enjoyed lunch in Vina del Mar at a local restaurant. A family sitting beside us heard us ...
... I should probably share this experience.
An unknown male, who I later learned was Bolivian, was using the shower two cubicles down from mine. Just as I was getting my shower started, he casually struck up a conversation from his cubicle. Unusual but hardly anything to worry about I thought. He then asked if he could borrow my shampoo. Hmm?
I was in the process of pondering how I could possibly get the shampoo to this ...
... 8211; these are becoming very fashionable across the world and we are seeing many of these in Chile. The theory goes that these are a more gentle way to ferment the wine as the concrete is permeable so they breathe, they regulate their own temperature and due to the shape (which is much more like a Georgian Qvevri amphoras) means that the wine does not need pumping over but gently continually rotates extracting colour and phenols. This ...
- Left Santiago at about 9 today headed west to pick up our cruise. Sergio (Tours by Locals) met us with the driver and we headed out of the city. On the way West we saw a different side of Santiago, a little less affluent than the surreal setting of the Ritz-Carleton. But then what city doesn't have an "other" side. Even Ottawa! Santiago has a population of 6 million people or 38% of the whole population of ...