Posada del Vino

Address: Ruta 143 (km 3,5), San Rafael, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, 5603, Argentina | Resort
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This resort, located on Ruta 143 (km 3,5), San Rafael, is near Bodega Valentin Bianchi.
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      Travel Blogs from San Rafael

      Farming the finca way

      A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Oct 17, 2013

      6 comments, 21 photos

      ... is a way of life that requires resilience in order to survive and resourcefulness in order to thrive. We heard tales of crops that were destroyed by storms and bumper harvests that pushed prices disappointingly low. Rows of gleaming jars of pickled and preserved produce are testament to the hard work that goes into making the farm economically viable. When something breaks, John mends it and when Annette cannot buy an ingredient she needs for cooking, she makes it. ...

      San Rafael

      A travel blog entry by globalwanderers on Apr 30, 2011

      14 photos

      We had no real intention of going to San Rafael but someone mentioned a canyon there and we also found a cool sounding couch surfer in San rafael who claimed to be the funniest man in town. Jeronimo, minus Tonto, was our host for 3 nights and what a great guy he was. He hosted us two and another CS from Germany in his tiny flat. ...

      Wine Country

      A travel blog entry by taylor.cornwall on Mar 20, 2011

      11 photos

      ... large legs into tiny wetsuit, take sip of beer, keep trying to pull wetsuit up, take sip of beer, curse the effect of beer belly on ability to get into wetsuit, take sip of beer, finally pull zipper up, stumble out and find the rest of the group. I was able to make some Argentine friends by pawning off some of the remaining cerveza, but both Kristin and I still had a large amount remaining by the time we had to board the bus. We chugged the rest as ...

      Mendoza: a town of constant surprises

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Mar 06, 2011

      5 photos

      ... 8220;how much?” before you ask “when do we show up?’. The BBQ was just okay, we went light on the food and wine cuz we thought we were guests and didn’t want to be pigs and then as we were (literally) leaving to get on a bus to Mendoza the next morning our very sweet hostess asked us if we ever paid the bill. One hundred and twenty pesos later …


      Back to the notion of this national obsession ...

      Christmas in the sunshine

      A travel blog entry by samandtom on Dec 20, 2010

      34 photos

      The book tells us that having been flattened by an earthquake previously Mendoza was rebuilt with future quakes in mind with large tree lined avenues and spacious plazas to allow space for rubble and people to congregate in the event of another quake. Fortunately there was no seismic activity for the duration of our stay, so we were left with an extremely picturesque city to enjoy, this combined with it being the unofficial capital of wine country was a good start to Christmas ...