Stopped here after the enormity and grandeur of Bodega Salentein. This place looks like a little shack on the side of the road. It is not to be underestimated. A building the size of a house enclosed the entirety of this tiny little bodega's wine production. They save the best grapes for their own wines and distribute the rest to other bodegas. The service was very friendly. Pablo explained all we needed to know and provided healthily sized wine portions for degustacion. Good wine, lovely setting in front of the snowed capped mountains. Definitely worth a stop for a bite to eat. The food looked great but we were in too much of a hurry to stop. When we go back I'd say there's a good chance it'll be on our itinerary again.
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