You’re sitting round a beautiful wooden table. Andean fabrics, exposed stone walls and an impressively stocked wine rack surrounds you. In front, a wall of glass looks out onto the dense Andean Cloud forest, impressing Andean mountains and turbulent Vilcanota river. This is what guests can expect from Inkaterra’s new wine cellar, which opens for private bookings this month.
The charming candle-lit room, located at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, houses more than 90 wine labels, including Bonarda (Douce noir) (AR), Luna Negra SP) as well as Inkaterra’s house wines, produced at the Pulenta Estate in Mendoza (AR), among others.
The Chef’s Table experience offers guests an authentic tasting menu, prepared in front of them by the hotel’s chef and served by a private butler. Whether it’s a romantic dinner for two, a family gathering or a get together for friends, the Inkaterra Cellar provides an intimate setting for all occasions.
Wine enthusiasts can visit the cellar with the hotel’s Sommelier to discover some of the smells and flavours from the wine list. The wine tasting session explores a unique selection of South America’s finest wines and guests can toast their Machu Picchu adventure whilst looking out onto the spanning views of the surrounding forest and mountains.