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Buenos Aires - Metropolis combining rural Gaucho culture and sophisticated urban creativity (by Idar Aarheim)

Among the renowned restaurants I visited in Buenos Aires were the traditional down-town Las Nazarenas, and the no less famous La Caballeritza in
Puerto Madero.
At Las Nazarenas I enjoyed really tender, grilled meat Asador Criollo, even though the waiter was disappointed that I only ordered a small portion.
The headwaiter, on the other hand, was more satisfied with my choice of wine: a red Cabernet Sauvignon Estrella made by the quality producer
Bernardo C Weinert of LujŠn de Cuyo (Mendoza).
This first-class wine has a broad taste register in addition to well-developed and complex nuances, some of which tend towards leather and tobacco.
These remain fruity, even in the finish.

For reading all the report of Idar Aarheim: www.the-magazine.net/downloads/magazine_no1_2_2007.pdf