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Cafayate is a fairly touristy town in Valles Calchaquíes and there were many restaurants and vineyards in and around it.
After our lunch, we went to Bodega Nanni for some wine tasting.
The staff also brought us through a short tour of the wine making process.
We didn’t buy any wine though. After Bodega Nanni, we walked around the town while deciding what to do.
Helados Miranda was recommended in many guidebooks for having ice-cream flavors which are unique to the area.
One could easily taste the torrontes in the sorbet.
With time to kill, we decided to vist the Wine Musuem. Sadly no photography was allowed inside.
I learned quite a few interesting facts – for instance, the Salta region is home to the highest vineyards in the world (above 2,000m). However I couldn’t remember much of it once I left the museum.
We ended our night in Cafayate with a dinner at El Terruño.
Great food and awesome wine. Life couldn’t get better.