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... central and they offered fresh crepes with Dulce de leche for breakfast. The city was nice and lively. Off course we went on a nice wine tasting tour which gave us great scenery views of the landscape and mountains surrounding Mendoza. The wines were all extremely tasteful and we have learned some more about the flavors and grapes! Malbec is for example a French grape and the meaning is bad grape! But ...
... old boy reached the summit, making him the youngest to ever reach the top.
Our third winery today was Alta Vista, one of the oldest in the area. They use the old-style concrete tanks and have an underground cave, like you find in France. Emelie, our guide, was actually from Leon, France and had the most beautiful accent. We enjoyed our private tour with her and our extensive tasting afterwards. Even Diego, ...
... to their red wine, just that from the berry. They do a white wine also and for that they use just the flesh of the berry and then to get the alcohol they use alcohol they extract from the red Malbec grape, which I thought was very interesting! White wine made with red wine grapes' alcohol! Then we got to taste! Now, wha I had forgotten, when we set out on this wine trip, was that Argentina and Mendoza is famous for its ideal conditions to create RED wine. ...
... He has a bit more money than most - he’s likely blowing his savings account, after realising the futility of saving for a house - and is probably spending it on "experiences" and local cuisine rather than booze and dream catchers. **
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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