Malbec & Tango with Les Clefs d’Or

Malbec & Tango with Les Clefs d'Or by www.carlosmeliablog.comMalbec & Tango with Les Clefs d’Or  | New York, United States | Another fabulous evening at Malbec House and Tango House. This time hosting the top New York Luxury Hotel Concierges by Les Clefs d’Or UICH. Produced by Carlos Melia. Attended by: Gramercy Park Hotel, Ritz Carlton Central Park South, Waldorf Towers, The Peninsula, Kitano Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, The Plaza New York, Four Seasons NewYork and St Regis. (photos by Raita Saiwan and David Moreno). Special Thanks to Michael Romei – General Secretary UICH Les Clefs d’Or International. CM @ Carlos Melia Recommends

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G&L meeting of minds at MALBEC House

Gay & Lesbian meeting of minds at MALBEC House by www.carlosmeliablog.comG&L meeting of minds at MALBEC House |  New York, United States  | What a lovely intimate evening over ‎Malbec‬, Tango‬ and great company along Gay & Lesbian Press & Travel friends and colleagues hosted by MALBEC House and Tango Show, myself CarlosMeliaBlog and MLGTPP – Metropolitan Leading Gay Travel Professionals & Press ‪‎NewYork‬. Thank you Juan Fabri, Felicitas and all the staff at MALBEC House for such a a great time. You can read my previous review at MALBEC House by Carlos Melia. (Photo below from right to left: Billy Kolber – Man About World. Merry Johns – CURVE Magazine. Robert Kunikoff – TZELL Travel. Felicitas – MALBEC House. Tyler Neasloney and Joseph Pedro – Passport Magazine. Carlos Melia (me).)
Gay & Lesbian meeting of minds at MALBEC House by www.carlosmeliablog.comWe enjoyed a lovely dinner over Torrontes and Malbec Wines. And later on we were escorted to the ground floor and main stage for a one hour Tango Show. See some videos below….



(Photo below after the show from left to right: Merryn Johns – CURVE Magazine. Michael Luongo – Awards wining Freelance LGBT Writer and Journalist. Joseph Pedro and Tyler Neasloney – Passport Magazine. Carlos Melia (me). Robert Kunikoff – TZELL Travel. )
Gay & Lesbian meeting of minds at MALBEC House by www.carlosmeliablog.comFor those of you invite that were not able to make it tonight… do not panic. We are planning to host another intimate get together something during fall. Good night everyone, and if you happen to be in Manhattan, stop by to this this fantastic Tango Show, taste some Malbecs and Torrontes, take a Tango Class and enjoy their menu over dinner, lunch and brunch. CM @ Carlos Melia Recommends
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Wine Tasting by ANUVA Wines @ Buenos Aires

Today Sunday @ 6PM sharp, I took part of an exquisite WINE TASTING hosted by ANUVA Wines. This take place everyday (bookings are mandatory, no walk ins) @ the brand new french style chateau and Boutique Hotel Rendez-Vous Buenos Aires.
Intimate tastings, where guests are introduced to five, limited-production Argentine wines from throughout the country’s main wine producing regions, including Mendoza, Salta, and San Juan. Wines featured range from the typically Argentine Malbec and Torrontés to the lesser known Bonarda and Tannat. Guests are also often treated to Argentine Sparklings, Merlots, Syrah, and Blends. Tastings are casual and informative events catered to every level of wine expertise, and are offered both in Spanish or English. They cover the basics of wine tastings to more in depth conversations about Argentine wine history, its culture and terroirs. (picture: Sarah Bons • Wine Tasting Guide and Expert).
(05) limited production wines from boutique wineries across Argentina. (05) specific food pairings. A chat about Mendoza, Buenos Aires, Argentina, terroir, wine culture and more. Easy, fast and affordable shipping to the U.S. The cost of the WINE Tastings are: (USD 40 x person) / Private for 01 Person (USD 80). For bookings please do not hesitate to Contact ME or book ONLINE @ ANUVA Wines
The whole group at the degustation. My absolute favorite that I kept asking for more and more, was the Sangiovese grape – Callejon del Crimen.

ANUVA Wines
also offers the service of Shipping and Exporting Argentinean wines to the United States.  As Sarah explained to me …” Anuva Wines is the first and only company in Buenos Aires that provides private wine tastings, a wine club, and affordable international wine shipping services…”. Thank You Sarah for your invitation and for sharing all these great information. CM

Cafayate in photos Salta Argentina

CAFAYATE in Photos Salta, Argentina  |  Cafayate, Salta, Argentina  |  (North of Argentina, Salta) The wine region of Salta. Photos will talk for themself… I can only say that this destination is the perfect combination of relaxation + gourmet + wineries + luxury. I want to thank Viñas de Cafayate Hotel for hosting me.

Patios de Cafayate Hotel by Sheraton. A classic landmark of Cafayate and together with Viñas de Cafayate Hotel the two main options in town.

The main square is one of the main neuralgic points of this charming town. Home to the cathedral and one of my favorite restaurants, Terruño, where you can enjoy the best views of the locals while sipping and tasting the best wine exponents of the only and traditional Argentinean grape – the Torrontes.

Many of the most impressive sights in the Valley of the Río las Conchas (Quebrada de Cafayate) are along the paved, 183-kilometres-long National Route 68 that goes from Salta to Cafayate. National Route 40 goes for 165 kilometres form Cafayate to Cachi del Valle, another of the most visited points in the area. Other points of interest from Cafayate include Molinos, Tolombón and San Isidro ranch. The town of Cafayate is an attraction by itself, with its laid-back rhythm, colonial style, and wine cellars open to the public.

The Cafayates were a tribe of the Diaguita-Calchaquí group, which, together with the related Tolombón, inhabited the Valles Calchaquíes prior to the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadores. Their language was known as Cacán. Like other Diaguita tribes, they had recently fallen under the influence of the Incas, after a prolonged resistance. They later mounted a fierce resistance to the Spaniards. CM @ Carlos Melia Recommends

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