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... stop was a winery called Domiciano. The interesting thing about them was that they do all of their harvesting at night so their labels have stars on them representing the night harvest. We had a shorter tour here and a nice tasting of a sparkling wine, a Cabernet Sauvignon, and a Malbec. After that stop, we headed back to an artisanal brewery near our hostel. We had some beers and pizza there for dinner before heading back to the hostel.
When in Mendoza it would be a crime not to go and taste the local wine. It is a wine region renowned worldwide for it's high quality. I am lucky i have recently started drinking the good red stuff. We were a bit slow off the mark this morning but maarten, jenny and i, in addition to our new american/mexican friend adrian headed off to the maipu district just south of mendoza.We got in a taxi and headed for a bike rental shop that we had ...
... not on our side that evening.
We decided to go to the supermarket and purchase enough food for the next couple of days, since we had been fairly generous to ourselves in Uruguay and Buenos Aires. Pasta, soya burgers, drinks, snacks...we were suitably armed.
The next two days we were booked on full day excursions; a tour up to Humahuaca and white water rafting. The trip to Humahuaca saw us pass a number of authentic Argentinian towns, ...
... was a snake searching moment J The snake was not found, I believe.
We met one Czech gilr (imagine in the middle of nowhere) and then.. in the evening..we had the best BBQ. Mind you, I had the BEST VEGGIE BBQ and Kata ate quite a few pieces of chicken (apparently the best one she had in ages)..
Well, the veggies, potatoes, bread, olive oil, wine, wine and more wine.. sitting after outside, the stars were coming up.. The gentle owners brought us chair ...
... vineyards a good option is to visit one of the olive vineyards where you can do some tasting as well. The abundance of bread to accompany the olive oil, olive tapenade, homemade marmalades and chocolate definitely helps soak up the alcohol...and can all be washed down with some of the homemade liqueurs! The Malbec marmalade was one of the tastiest things we tried, a perfect accompaniment to steak or cheese. The trick to cycling around the vineyards is knowing when you've had enough, ...