Patios De Cafayate Wine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... recommended but they didn’t have it so we
settled for some regular flavours. The rest of the town was the normal Sunday “you
could shoot a cannon down the main street and hit nothing”. We waited for local
dinner time which was an early 9pm. The BBQ had tons of meat and a variety of
salads. We had a very enjoyable evening sitting around until late talking to a
young couple we had shared the tour with yesterday.
... the building. Built only in 2001, it is co-owned by an American and an Argentinian, obviously with significant financial backing, the place is immaculate, finished to extraordinary detail in every aspect. The vines were planted in 2008/09, with the first grapes being harvested in 2012. Although the capacity of the production was 1 million litres per year, they were only operating at 20% output. After a tour of the much more modern facility, we tasted 4 ...
... duets, bands and choirs) perform local music (which is much better than Bolivian!) - was held in an incredible natural 'amphitheatre', which was an open-top cavern which allowed for the best acoustics of any concert I had ever been to. Not a microphone was used (or needed). The concert, held around an hour out of town, also sported a number of artesanal and local food stands. Following the concert, Gemma, Itsy (Canadian, also from the hostel), Casey and I travelled back into town to ...
... boutique stores, delicatessens, wine shops and yummy Icecream. In the afternoon the boys went to watch football so the girls went to another winery called Bodega Nanni. It was my favourite one. Very rustic and intimate. We sat under a willow tree, watching the workers juice the grapes and drank beautiful white and rose wine. My cook group cooked that night, making a very tasty butternut squash and red pepper risotto. Early start and we're driving to ...
... day. We have not had one bad day yet. Our route was through the towns of Tafi del Valle and Amaiche del Valle. In the tiny village of Amaiche we had a simple lunch al fresco—empanadas and beer. Then we toured their geologic museum and their Pachamama Museum—somewhat disappointing but there were some interesting spots. We proceeded down the road to the Ruins of Quilmes. This is one of the most important and best-preserved archeological ...