Patios De Cafayate Wine Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I got cleaned up and walked around the small town square. There was a large church and lot's of restaurants and stores lining the perimeter of the park that was the size of a city block. The atmosphere is relaxed and far from touristy I think because most of those that do come here, came to drink wine so they're not all out in mass lined up at the bus sop waiting for the next excursion. No, they're cozied up in a little restaurant or on the patio overlooking the square enjoying ...
... 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 ...
... my new favourite. And so we decided to spend a couple of nights camping in this little wine village before heading down to Cordoba.
Upon arriving we were greeted by the usual group of hostel representatives trying to draw us into their place. But we were adamant that we wanted to camp and even had a campsite in mind. However we were still persuaded by one hostel owner, who had a beautiful property right next to the bus station with plenty of room for camping. This ...
... up to the last one but the mushroom steak with mashed potatoes was too hard to pass up. I was definitely glad I went for it because you couldn't compare it to the last steak. This one was smothered in mushrooms and gravy but the best thing about it was the smokey taste in the meat from being barbecued over a wood fire. Delicious! The next day we got going fairly early and caught the bus out to the Iguazu Nature Park so we could spend the day out there. The ...
... t even finish, what seemed like, an unlimited supply of 5 litre bottles of wine. As for the feast, cooked by the local gauchos, there was 5 types of meat, straight from the farm. Under candle light we attempted, pathetically, to get through the: ribs, rump, upper flank, lower flank, beef and pork mixed sausages followed but Argentines best invention dulce de leiche (Caramelised condensed milk) on top of home made fruit salad.
Speaking of wine, us dedicated ...