Patios De Cafayate Wine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... more wine and headed back, as it was our Christmas Day. We played Christmas music, I covered myself in tinsel and we ate cheese and drank wine. It was so lovely! We had a Christmas quiz and my team WON! We then opened our secret santas - Henni had me and bought me drums and a recorder, much to the dislike of some people but I obviously loved it. We then carried on drinking until 2am, we danced and sang and had the best time ...
... 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 ...
... another companion, a friendly German shepherd *****. Didn't seem inclined to worry any donkeys though put the wind up all the dogs we passed.
When we got there at 10.30 the little old man watering the grounds declined to admit us – official opening time 10am but staff meeting had overrun and we had only another 10 mins to wait to be admitted in the shady garden and wait for them to set up the show.
... not the best we have hade here, at least the tour was interesting. We really enjoyed the wine at Domingo winery so highly recommend a visit. As it was our last night on Cafayate we went out for dinner to the nice place we went to on our first night, but this time was extremely disappointing. The food they had in a buffet style warmer wasn't there ant was freezing inside. As we were leaving we noticed that all the food was now out and we realised that were obviously there later the last ...
... don't know how. Then necessity kicks in and they figure it out! The best bit was trying the cheese and buying a wedge of it for our lunch. In the spirit of relaxing and going with the flow, we decided to do a 46km bike ride. We took a bus one way and cycled back. Along the way we saw some cool rock formations, my favourite being the 'Amphitheatre' which apparently has similar acoustics to the Buenos Aires ...