La Casa de la Bodega -Wine Boutique Hotel
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... dressed Will up as a sort of 'Neptune' figure, all of us one by one dressed up in Ralph's distinctive riding gear and had a photo taken on a rock ridge, each sitting in a different marked spot (I then photoshopped all the photos to make one photo of us all sat in a line on the rock - worked out well considering doing the editing on the hoof so to speak), our hidden talents were: Rolph (juggling eggs), Nelson (riding ...
... worked and to sample some of its produce. Before long, we were all sat around a vast barrel that had been cut into a table shape. In the immaculate garden under a very fair sky, we tried a few of the bodega's wines. In the end, we were able to take a couple of sips of eight wines, starting with two whites. It was surprisingly easy to be able to discern the wines that had been kept in oak casks for a time. Wine tasting turned into lunch; cheese and breadsticks ...
... garden next to a covered dining room area. We were shown around by Mikey, a Kiwi who is working here temporarily. Strolling around the corner, we found the little market area. A little boy was engrossed in a game with two companions. Two neighbours pointed us out to him and he quickly went to fetch his dad to alert him that their shop needed to be manned. After picking up some supplies, we made and ate lunch before calling some friends in the UK. This afternoon, we walked ...
... and said they should not take the cat. You put the cat on the floor so that they could run away. The policeman was not impressed by this action. Now he had to catch the cat and carry from the campsite. The black cat we had seen over and over again on the camp in the next few days. It had room for us undvso we set up our tent and went to sleep.
After getting up we explored the city. From our guides, we knew it was a restaurant here (Casa de Empanadas), ...
... Kate more so than Chris). Unfortunately, the quite acidic Torrentes had nothing on the organic Nanni we'd tried the previous day, so we resolved on heading into town to buying a bottle to enjoy with the picnic dinner we'd planned to have that evening. We left Piatelli feeling quite the wine connoisseurs since others in the group had said we'd made "astute comments" although it is more likely that we were just blagging it after quite a few days of training :) Having enjoyed ...