La Casa de la Bodega -Wine Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and still live there to this day. You could see the silhouettes of roofs and planted trees high up on the ridgeline. They have water and an amazing view but otherwise lack a lot of even third world conveniences. The guy telling me about them had family that lived in Cafayate for generations and he definitely knew the area and the people. Shortly after getting back to town I was headed to the bus station. One way ticket to Salta please. I decided in Cafayate that I wanted to get ...
... 233;s of course, and then Malbec, Malbec - Cabernet Sauvignon, and Malbec - Tannat, which were all subtly different. Following the tasting we took a table outside on the terrace, with amazing views over the vineyards and Cafayate in the distance, and drank another bottle of Torrentés along with some cold meats, cheese and olives. The walk back to town definitely helped sober us up a little before the bus ride back to Salta, on which we fell straight ...
... to get Sam up at a reasonable hour to go wine tasting tomorrow, which was the whole reason we'd come here.
When my alarm went off at 9:30, Sam was still completely unconscious. I tried in vain to wake him then gave up. Out in the hot light of day I made some breakfast and coffee and sat with some of the early risers from the night before, shaking hangovers away with endless thermoses of mate. After a couple of hours had passed I tried once more to wake my slumbering man. ...
... as it was a kind of hop on take photos here, hop back on, drive to next spot and repeat but it got us to all the sites we would want to check out so it wasn't all bad. The rock formations and colours were incredible, it was hard to comprehend how this area had even been formed! Our destination for lunch was the small town of Cafayate which is another great winemaking region in Argentina surrounded by mountains. We had a couple of free hours to get lunch and ...
... three bottles of wine, she waived the tasting fee! Wonderful wine, wonderful hostess, and the views from the patio for lunch were amazing. By this time it was 5:30, and if it took us 4 hours to get home like it did to get there, we'd be arriving after dark. I put the pedal to the metal and cruised back in 2 hours 20 minutes, just before sunset. We only did a 4-wheel slide around 1 corner and a 2-wheel slide around another! I felt like a rally car driver. Too bad ...