Posada Colchagua

Isla de Yaquil, Valle de Colchagua, Santa Cruz, 3130000, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Isla de Yaquil, Valle de Colchagua, Santa Cruz, is near Colchagua Museum and Colchagua Valley Wine Route.
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    Murals galore

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 12, 2014

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    ... some citrus trees. At one point the driver took a wrong turning since the guide who was supposed to be navigating couldn't read the signposts very well. We reckoned that he needed new glasses. The wrong turning took us into a town so we were able to have a look at it quite happily as we weren't responsible for finding the correct route.back on track we travelled for another twenty or so minutes before we went across a bridge over a narrow part ...

    Rodeo and Fine Dining

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 15, 2014

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    ... Pisco Sour to a whole new level with great intensity and elegance served in a Martini glass. The cauliflower was heavily creamed and reduced and had a real richness to it as did the other elements which stopped the Pisco dominating the whole affair. The canny chef has cleverly matched white with the meat course and red with the fish just to make a point. And a point well made. The C******nay was beautiful – a big but ...

    Colchagua Valley

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 14, 2014

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    ... br>
    Clear and bright, purple, slightly thinning edge. Pepper and black fruit on the nose. Grippy, good silky fruit underneath.

    6. ViBo Viñedo Centriano 2011

    Made with old vines planted more than 100 years ago at the Fundo San Carlos de Cunaco in the heart of the Colchagua Valley. 51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Malbec, and 5% Petit Verdot. 16 months in French oak. Another corked bottle appeared here. Still find ...

    Two of the best

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Mar 13, 2014

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    ... grapes from the Rapel Valley.

    Deep, intense. Black pepper and fruits nose with an earthiness. Very rich, liquorice, grippy, black fruits – this is a BIG wine. Long and still young.

    6. Cuvée Alexandre Merlot 2012

    No sign of age, very intense. Baked fruit nose with cedar wood. Sweet fruit, soft and lighter than expected.

    7. Clos Apalta 2010

    Very intense, clear and bright, no ...

    Down in the Valley

    A travel blog entry by sjspear528 on Feb 27, 2013

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    ... work for us. After all, we still had Montes winery to visit on our way back. The truncated timetable was helped by the fact that all of the signage was in Spanish. In spite of this, there were some really beautiful and interesting items--amber, mummies, Peruvian jewelry, military uniforms, etc. It was a treasure trove.

    Back in the car, we drove up a beautiful road to the Montes estate. We were told that a ...