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... t go on the tour because
it was in Spanish but paid the small fee for the tasting. This was like an
Australian winery with the tasting where we got small amounts and the
opportunity to try some different wines. We bought a bottle of Rose to have
with dinner because the hostel had arranged a BBQ tea which we had paid for. We
weaved our way back to the ice cream parlour and wanted to try the cactus ice
cream that our ...
... find was much more expensive, so we stayed only one night at the other (Ruta 40 Hostal) before booking in to our original preference (where we found Gemma, the Aussie we'd met in Sucre in Bolivia, was also staying!).
Thanks to amazingly good fortune, our first day in Cafayate coincided with a once-a-year concert, held in the spectacular Quebrada de Cafayate rock formations! These rock formations are all absolutely beautiful, and the concert - consisting of a variety of ...
... We had an incredible lunch there, sitting on the terrace overlooking the gardens. Starter was a chicken, bacon, rocket salad followed by Argentine steak and finished with Chocolate orange and mint mousse - delicious (and of cause accompanied with their wine). That evening everyone had a wine and cheese night in the campsite. Bring something to add to the platter and a bottle of wine. Day 2: We explored the little town of Cafayate. Lots ...
... For the amount of driving we did and the chance to get a small bit of the good stuff, it seemed worth it. The hostess (cannot remember her name now!) gave a wonderful description of the wines, and mentioned that the reserva (2 years on oak) was a small 8,000 bottle run and not available to many distributors. Same with the Autentico, made without oak and unfiltered. And, they were available at the winery for $30 a bottle instead of $100 back home. Sold. ...
... about how the wine was made and stored. One of the unique things about the wine produced at this bodega is that it is totally organic. Thankfully the tour and and talking bit didn't last for too long and we were soon sipping the first of four different wines on offer. At home we love Argentinian red wine so you can imagine our surprise when the red wine didn't really do it for us but we both loved the white. We put it down to the hot climate. The wine is made from the Torrontes grape ...