- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to an amazing breakfast served by our hosts who had set us up for a great day of winery tours and tastings. First off we jumped in the car and headed to the Bodega de Mont Gras, where our guide Gonzalo gave us a most informative talk in the vineyard followed by a description of the process and machinery involved. His tasting was also very instructive and we enjoyed ourselves and learned a few things too! After Mont Gras we drove ...
... Beyonce and J-Lo because of their "grande" something ( basically large ass) we stopped for lunch and we made onion soup. After lunch we continued working until 5pm when we finished for the day and went back to our little house and chilled for the evening with a glass of wine. Also Dave cooked a banging sausage and mash with homemade gravy! (It's David writing this blog and I'm just quoting what jessie said about the meal*) A successful first ...
... metal protects the adobe from the rain. Another thing that was very noticeable about the area were the number of murals on the walls of the houses and gardens. It looked like graffiti in bright colours. In its hey day the area had been home to a mix of nationalities and we saw the Anglican and Presbyterian churches which date from that time. As we walked further down the hill we came across a couple of groups of Australians with guides. We ...
... used to helicopters when they play! I managed to quickly rush off to the shop before we left for a rather nice Casa Silva proper Polo shirt, not cheap but a great souvenir of the trip which I am wearing as I write this up on the plane home – alas, this also did not get me an upgrade.
Again, we headed back to our lovely hotel for another swim in the pool and some rays. I almost overstayed in the pool but remembered ...
... by a closely guarded “secret blend” of up to 15% in each of these”. Most of the Secretos are made with grapes from young vineyards looking for a fresh and fruity style.
Grapes from the cooler Casablanca Valley used for the Sauvignon Blanc and the “Secreto” in this one is there is nothing added!
Clear and bright. Very pale. Creamy citrus nose. Rich, sweet fruit, medium acidity. ...