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June 02, 2009

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Hi Rebecca,

I love Molino La Tebaida! I got to meet Miguel & Isabel in 2006 after meeting their sister her in Santiago via a mutual fried. I was just in Mendoza and kept running into the oil, and their earthy-sweet Balsamic, at several restaurants, one of the most noteworthy in Tupungato at a new place called Divino Tupungato. Definitely worth checking out--they grow all their own veggies and the salad was transformed by this oil and vinegar.

Thanks for sharing! Have you been to Almacenes del Sur? It's an organic orchard making gourmet products and with a guided luncheon. Outstanding.

All the best,

Liz Caskey
http://eatwineblog.com

Very nice shots of this lovely place Rebecca!

Ciao
Tlaz

Thank you for this post, the beautiful pictures and the Blog!

Gabriel

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