Hotel Crillon Mendoza
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Quarto dia de viagem: Córdoba, AR - Mendoza, AR
Distância percorrida: 620 km
Saímos por volta das 9h00 do hotel, seguindo a estrada previamente combinada para sair de Córdoba. Passamos por um pedágio e logo em seguida paramos em um posto grande para abastecer os veículos.Pouco depois de sairmos do posto, nosso GPS indicava uma saída da …
... is rightly famous for its steak. Last night Nadine's attempt to finish her bife de chorizo - which the family of four next to us were sharing between them - resulted in defeat and her breaking out in a meat sweat. It's also rightly famous for its wine. Today, Tuesday 6th January, was one of our best days in South America. As a Christmas gift to ourselves, we took a wine tour with Wine Camp (sounds a bit like a famous book!), visiting 4 wineries - from boutique ...
I'm going to write this one in reverse time for maximum effect. You'll see. But first the answers from last night's quiz.
1. Nottinham is pretty much in the middle of the fattest part of England, and slightly to the north.
3. Bangladesh would be country 2, and India country 1.
4. 15 (debatable)
5. Denmark (debatable)
6. The UK owns a road through the middle of Cyprus, but entry by either country is an ...
... a lovely glass of unoaked C******nay. We were then brought on a tour of the production area where we were treated to a glass of a 2014 vintage Sauvignon Blanc to compare with the 2012 vintage which was ready for the market. The difference was quiet stark. The 2014 vintage was cloudy and quite sharp where as the 2012 vintage was clear & smooth to taste. Next came a taste of the house red blend and then we moved inside for our tasting. 4 different wines & then ...
... wait again until it was our turn to go through customs where they unloaded all the baggage from the bus, x-rayed it and then loaded it back on again. A few people had to open their baggage and stuff, not sure if it was just random or what.
Then it was back on the bus to wind our way down the valley towards Mendoza and Maípu and wine :)