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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria ACA Cachi
Nice spot and ok rosoms. The food in the restaurant could be better
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... people he hired and trained to run the vineyards and state-of-the-art winery.
The gate to the winery was closed, and we worried briefly that we had come on a wrong day, but Norm pressed a button on a squawk-box and talked to someone who opened the gate remotely. We were greeted at the modern tasting room by slick marketing people who told us that we needed to make reservations for lunch, if we wanted it, and apologized that the tours of the Art Museum were fully ...
... a free community WiFi signal around the plaza.
We drove on in the afternoon through more gorgeous canyons and green valleys, eventually coming to vineyards on the outskirts of the town called Molinos. It took us a while to figure out how to enter the town because there was only one way in, consisting of a one-lane bridge crossing the river from our dirt "highway". The town consisted of long rows of connected, colonial-era houses ...
... It's in a little pocket canyon with it's own spring-fed water source ... a veritable wine Shangri-La in the middle of the desert. We pulled up, and Sergio searched out the owners, who apparently don't normally have guests. But because we had gone to the effort of driving up there, they thought it appropriate to open a bottle of wine and sit down with us on the ...
... to meet these folks again someday.
(Hey Keith, we need a photo of everyone to put here!)
On our explorations around town we climbed up a rather steep hill past the town cemetary, visited a refuge for wild vicuņa (a wild relative of alpacas and llamas, with even better quality wool) and a small museum describing the process of turning these ...
Strikingly beautiful scenery.
Picked up at hostel and drove south through the Lerma valley and some of the small pueblos on the outskirts. Into the Los Cordones national park. Through a coloured gorge and lots of cloudforest before climbing the Cuesto del Obispo a switchback road cut into the side of a mountain (and which was swathed in cloud on the way ...