La Casa de la Bodega -Wine Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... fresh salads was a delight!! We met a cool English couple, Stuart and Lizzie, that night who were from London, they recognised us from the hostel In Mendoza. Its a small world! With free flowing wine and asado we enjoyed chatting the night away!
Feeling a bit hungover, what better way than to brush the cobwebs away with a 50k bike ride!! Shaun and I hired some bikes and loaded them onto the bus. We met Stuart and Lizzie on the bus where we traveled along ...
... 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 ...
... slept after her excitement wore off. Decided not to bother with the 50 peso a head wine tasting – we bought & shared a bottle for far less.
Took a short cut back to the main road through the vines – knew there was a gap in the fence as had seen an employee chasing away donkeys earlier. When we finally got back to the outskirts we though the dog, which was well fed and had a collar, would return ...
... that detour to Ischigualasto. This time we got to see the Toad, the Amphitheatre, and the Garganta del Diablo (or Devil's Throat) among others. Yep, these Argentinians aren't so imaginative with their naming (you'll notice the same name as the waterfall in Iguazu). You should see their road names. Identical in every town and city. To be fair I am down playing the scenery. It was again pretty spectacular with the Amphitheatre being particularly ...
... views are so amazing, in all 360 degrees. We've done enough tours to know how wine is made at this point, so we opted for the tasting only. In looking around the room we saw they had nice pillow bags for 1 or 3 wine bottles! Hallelujah! At $5 apiece they were quite proud of them, but they've got a monopoly on the market. We tasted one low level, one mid level and one high level (Ciclos) wine, of malbec, cab, and malbec/ cab blends respectively. The mid ...