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La Brigada: slicing tender steak with a spoon

La Brigada: slicing tender steak with a spoon

La Brigada is authentic, traditional and has a rustic gaucho feel. The restaurant's wooden walls are lavishly decorated with anything that is Argentine. From the local football teams' flags to ...
Osaka Buenos Aires: where the trendy crowd meets

Osaka Buenos Aires: where the trendy crowd meets

Osaka has spread across America from Lima, through Santiago, Mexico DF, Saõ Paulo to Buenos Aires, where in 2012 this luxurious chain of peruvian/japanese restaurants opened its second offshoot in ...
Sipan: modern peruvian cevicheria in Buenos Aires

Sipan: modern peruvian cevicheria in Buenos Aires

Ceviche is a must here and was refreshing, juicy and intense as it should be ...
Viu Manent: Chilean winery brings art to Colchagua valley

Viu Manent: Chilean winery brings art to Colchagua valley

The winery today produces various wines in different price realms. I fell in love with their range of a very well-priced Secreto during a picnic with friends in Santiago. These ...
Montes Wines: playing music to wine in barrels in Chile

Montes Wines: playing music to wine in barrels in Chile

During my recent trip to Chile, I have witnessed something I have never seen at a winery before. Mr Montes is one of the most respected wine makers in Chile ...
Michel Rolland and the patrons of Clos de los Siete in Argentina

Michel Rolland and the patrons of Clos de los Siete in Argentina

Clos de Los Siete is about 20 minutes drive from Tunuyan, a town South of Mendoza in Argentina. Reaching to the foothills of the Andes the extensive property is spread through ...
Finca Los Nubes: beauty-queen of all wineries

Finca Los Nubes: beauty-queen of all wineries

In terms of beauty this was the most stunning family winery I have visited so far (and there have been hundreds).  The property and the vineyards are owned by José Luis ...
Yacochuya winery: Michel Rolland's Argentine miracle

Yacochuya winery: Michel Rolland’s Argentine miracle

As you drive from Tucuman to Cafayate the lush green fertile hills with flora resembling my native Central Europe turn into an almost life-less dessert with the rising altitude. The ...
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