We learned about the Bodegas Andreu Solé from the January-February 2014 ¡Que Pasa! Magazine, the Puerto Rico Tourism publication. The prospect of visiting a winery in Puerto Rico was intriguing. We went as a group of four couples for the Sunday afternoon meal and visit of the vineyard (with prior reservations, as mentioned in the article). We were seated around a beautiful old wooden table under a large sunshade just at the edge of the bay. Our server, Lisa, explained the various tour, drinks and food options and we all decided to take the samples of wine, sangria and rum, the appetizers, and the main course as well as the visit to the vineyard. Lisa brought us the wine and sangria samples and the appetizers as we admired the peaceful bayside setting and the perfect balmy temperature. We were then to go on the tour of the vineyard, but rain threatened, the tour was postponed, and we decided to have the meal before the tour. This was wise, as a light rain turned into a downpour that lasted for hours. Needless to say, the tour was cancelled. Soon our sunshade fell to the assaults of the heavy rain and Lisa set up tables for us on the house’s protected upstairs balcony. She and the other servers were soon soaking wet through and through, but this only increased their attentions towards us. Some of us chose the churrasco (flank steak) while others had the mahi-mahi or the pork chops. All the food was excellent. With the meal came the wine and the passion fruit sangria, and then some more rum samples. We were only charged for the meal and the wine and sangria. We were all amazed at Lisa’s cheerful devotion to us and we all want to go back and visit the vineyard and enjoy the whole experience again – minus the rain, we hope!
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