La Casa de la Bodega -Wine Boutique Hotel
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... spot at the top of the valley to grab lunch as already getting on for 2pm. We’d passed our destination on the way, a swanky new finca, and seen how much doubling back we would have to do to arrive at the main entrance so we hopped the fence!
Lunch was in full swing and the place was packed, amazingly so considering the size of the village. Having sampled the menu quality and prices I can understand ...
... vineyards everywhere you looked. This is what wine country is supposed to be like. First night and we thought we'd dive straight into the wine at a local place called Chato's Wine Bar (which again came highly recommended in the Ginger Guide). It was a tiny little bar run by a guy in his 60s called Chato (unsurprisingly). What he didn't know about wines from the area wasn't worth knowing. We happened to be the only people there so got a private lesson ...
... the traveler enters her valley, climbs her mountain, or begins their journey along whatever significant portion of Pachamama's earth they're about to enter.
We also stopped at a lonely spot in the canyon where a family had built a home and a workshop. They made ceramic articles and fired them on site in a wood burning kiln. They had some llamas tied up outside, I assume to help attract tourists, though the llamas could have ...
... salt but a chemical product to clean the water.. If i understood well.. That sounds bery strange. There are also salt flats in this area so i expected salt to be a more plausible explanation. The give all the different shapes of te rocks names, like the garganta del diablo, the Anphitheatro, the Frog, the Iguana, .. the Sun was too bright for good photos on the way up, but on the way back we also made some stops. We saw the Titanic, Condors, i think am ...
... to each other so we spent the day riding around some quiet dirt roads with amazing views, learning about how to make wine and the grapes that are found in this region. Cafayate is renowned in Argentina for making the best torrentes wine (a very nice white) and having a very cold bottle of this with a plate of local cheese and ham was one of the highlights of the trip so ...