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Reserva Manzano Historico

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Reserva Manzano Historico

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You can discover all the secrets of the world of wine in Mendoza. We visit an artisanal, family and organic winery that shows us the work in the vineyard, the elaboration process, the storage and we finish with the tasting of two wines. Then we visit a modern, boutique winery, where we see the contrast between both industries, enjoy time in the vineyard, and relax by tasting two wines. Next we know an olive oil factory, we are in contact with the plantation, they detail the elaborations and finally we will test the products they produce. At the end of the afternoon we visit a liquor sweet wine cellar, a museum winery with more than 100 years of experience, reveals its secrets so that we can enjoy its valuable and traditional wines. An unforgettable afternoon surrounded by culture, nature and good wine. ATTENTION: THE WINERIES MAY BE SIMILAR TO THE LOADED DUE TO THE AVAILABILITY OF VISITS.
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dennis D wrote a review Jul 2020
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Its where San Martin returned to Argentina from his campaign in Chile. Its a nice statue (though grafitied) and of interest to Argentineans though likely nobody else.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Bezi wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom591 contributions513 helpful votes
The statue is called "Return to the Motherland" and depicts San Martin returning to Argentina after his victory in Chile. If you carry on up the road there is a crossing to Chile (currently blocked by landslide on Chilean side). I think the place is busy at the weekends but it was very quiet when we visited during the week. The stalls that would normally be full of vendors were empty. All the signs about the monument were in Spanish so I guess they don't expect many international tourists. There is a walk you can do from behind the statue called Sendoro Sanmartiano but the best walks are further up the dirt road to Chile,
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Date of experience: December 2019
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pfefmeister wrote a review Feb 2019
San Francisco, California2,052 contributions628 helpful votes
It would be nice to have some English narrative, so other non-Spanish speaking visitors could appreciate the historical significance. That being said, it is a pretty setting, and we spent an hour wandering around the small area. A couple of nice statues, one of them disrespectfully marred by graffiti, are mildly interesting. If you are close by, visit. I would not go out of my way to see this.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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PilotMichael wrote a review Apr 2018
Pasadena, California2,353 contributions222 helpful votes
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This location is of historic significance because it is where General San Martin staged and entered the Andes mountains to cross from Argentina to Chile to work with General O’Higgins in fighting off the Spanish and winning the independence in South America. One of the best experiences to do here is to go horseback riding into these foothills of the Andes. It is beautiful, and gives you a sense of the life of gauchos and how Martin traversed.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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C-Z-1982 wrote a review Nov 2017
Reno, Nevada731 contributions180 helpful votes
We visited as part of organized tour. When we were there, not too many others, which made the place pretty empty. The monument itself is ok, the grounds around are really nice. I suspect this is a popular place for locals (many BBQ pits), of limited attraction (for a longer visit that is) to tourist. Having said this, we were there when there were no vendors, so I suspect this may be of greater interest when vendors provide tourists the opportunity to buy local products.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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