Gran Hotel Princess Gold
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... for the Torrontés but were worthy with reds too. Three different cheeses and a few homemade carne empanadas enhanced the tasting experience. All wines stood out in their own unique way- we would go back for more of each!
Buenos Hermanos Merlot 2013
Padre Dedicados Malbec 2013
Padre Dedicados Cabernet Franc 2013
Gran Familia 2012 Red blend (45% Malbec, Syrah, Cabernet ...
... the highest peak in the Andes called Aconcagua. Anyway back to Mendoza! We rented an apartment through 'airbnb’ and we stayed with some really lovely Argentinians. Mendoza itself is a pretty small city, with a central square (called Plaza Independencia) and it seemed very tourist-orientated. It is one of Argentina’s most important wine producing regions, accounting for nearly two-thirds of the country's entire wine production. However like I said the whole region ...
... were looking up. Once Nadine packed her bike, all we needed to do was get some cash and head to the bus station. Except that hardly any ATMs in South America allow us to draw cash out (we've since heard it's a west coast/east coast MasterCard vs Visa split) so Nadine was wondering around town trying to get money out as Matt stood in front of the two smallest taxis in the world with the metres running. Nadine eventually found money and we finally arrived at the new ...
... It has 1million inhabitants but feels smaller with lovely tree lined streets, large squares and mountain backdrops. However the special thing about it is the surroundings. The first night we went to the theatre to see a performance by a locally born piano artist called Julio Mazziotti. He played an hour and a half of his own music and it was really good. Apparently he has recently become relatively famous in Spain and this was for his home ...
... straight past the first vineyard and a long way down an empty road until someone gave us directions to turn back, and ended up stopping at a brewery with a very cute little cafe called The Beer Garden. We had some pizza and empanadas and chatted to a nice Serbian couple who pointed us in the right direction and then headed off to find the vineyards again. We ended up visiting two vineyards in our afternoon, a very posh ...