Hotel Serena Dream
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... maceration after the alcoholic fermentation for 5 days. The wine is then aged in French oak for 12 months.
Very bright, low intensity, lovely colour. Cherry and cream on the nose. Good fruit, light, with a touch of mushroom.
4. Talinay Pinot Noir 2011
Prepared in similar ways to the Reserva but considered likely to have greater aging potential of up to 10 years.
Light low intensity and very bright. Cherry ...
... the nation's capital. We are going to be in Santiago for nine days while my dad goes on a trip back to the United States for work.
For the past week, we have been exploring the Atacama desert here in Chile. The first town we visited was San Pedro de Atacama. We only were there for the day because we took a night bus to La Serena. We spent five days in La ...
You guessed it! We're breaking up the journey by travelling to La Serena. Our bus was at 10 and we arrived at La Serena at approximately 5. We collected our bags, withdrew some cash, I scribbled down map directions from the map at the bus terminal and off we trekked to find our hostel. When we had looked online when booking it seemed quite nearby to the bus terminal, it was about ...
... staying there, asked if we wanted to join her tour to Valle de Elqui. We drove through a landscape of bare mountains overlooking valleys rich with pisco and wine grapes, lettuce and avocado fields (which they eat with everything), orange trees and lemon groves, all with the Elqui river running through it. They get 340 days of sunshine here so perfect growing conditions!
We visited the school where Gabriele Mistral (the first south american woman to win a Nobel ...
Vicuna was much was La Serena but smaller. Nice place with a little buzz but not a whole lot to hold you here. I arrived in the evening and immediately hoped on an astronomy tour which took place at an observatory, Observatorio Cerro Mamalluca) just outside the town up the valley which was the must-do thing in the area (complete with backpack and all). It was good and we spent about and hour and ...