Modigliani Art & Design Suites Mendoza
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... the opportunity to partake in the main activity of renting bikes whilst visiting the wineries in the countryside. We took a public bus for an hour to a recommended bike rental place and with the local map in hand, we set off to our first winery where we enjoyed tasting some of the finest red and white wines on offer and purchased a bottle of malbec before receiving a tour of the wine making process and cycling to the next venue, a wine shop. After another 4 ...
... I had hoped for on the tour. They are actually one of only four wine produces who have received DOC status for Malbec in Argentina and were the first to receive it. They are also concerned about the number of oak barrels from France and America becoming more scarce so have started doing trials in Russian and Chinese oak barrels, although findings have not been positive yet. They are also looking into Acacia barrels and after 6 months, they will trial for two years, ...
... being shaken violently, the way dogs do. The cat didn't seem to mind too much though but the owner put it up a tree all the same.
With all the paperwork signed and map in hand, Mr Hugo himself gave us our bikes for the day and checked tires were okay. So off we went in search of our first glass of wine of the day.
We decided to visit Bodega La Rural first to make sure we had time for it because it closed for siesta. For 70 pesos, about $10, we could get a guided ...
... due to long queues and the football – they won 1-0! – it was a lovely scenic decent in a wide desert river valley crowned with more snowy peaks past an Argentinian ski resort and into the big flat smog and vine covered plain where Menoza is located.
The bus company have a nice sideline in changing Chilean to Argentinian but was 25% more than the official rate so did some as was knocking on ...