- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fermentation and maceration. Apparently most of the grapes in Argentina were originally imported by the French (e.g. Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot) during the European plague in the 1600s that wiped out entire harvests. Evidently, the French went to great lengths so that they could continue making wine. The tour was informative and fun, we were off to a good start.
On the Monday we went on another wine tour. This one was like ...
... After pool time we had to get ready for our first activity - wine tasting. We visited a co-op tasting room which Jerry's co-worker recommended and invested into. The tasting room brings in wines from many of the small vineyards and gives them the opportunity to represent themselves to a larger audience. The tasting also presented us with our first friend on this trip. We ended up talking to the guy behind us, Rob from Sacremento. He is on much the ...
“The year you were born marks only your entry into the world. Other years where you prove your worth, they are the ones worth celebrating.” ― Jarod Kintz In Mendoza I turned 25. That's (pessimistically) a third to (optimistically) a quarter of my life behind me. That's a little scarey. It also means I'm officially in my mid 20s, an age where certain things are expected. By mid 20s you should have your life fairly ...
... not the cleanest place I have been at so far. Anyway, it’s what it is. And it’s always good if you keep smiling.
During the taxi ride I have seen a beautiful city around me so, before taking a shower, open the luggage etc, I decide to go for a run around the center and down to the big park where the stadium and some great vineyards are. Center is full of trees and the feeling is to be in a relaxed and nature friendly city. Mendoza Maravillosa they call it here ...
The majority of our time in Mendoza was spend doing activities outside the town.
On the Saturday we were driven an hour out of the city to the vineyard area near Chacras de Coria, where we met our guide-in-training, Martin whose time with us has technically finished, but he is such a nice guy, we kept hanging out with him! He runs his own cycling wine tour company and he had invited us to use his company and take us on a guided ...