NEW MARRIAGE NEW GENERATION

Is it worth it to get married so much?

If there is a feeling of “I want to have a child with a favorite person” when getting married, unfortunately in Japan after 2011, that feeling has been changed to “I want my child to grow up well”. Looking at the current situation in Japan, which is being praised by Mr. Fukuichi, who knows that It is expected that the birth rate will also be cancer AGE, so if you do not want to carry an extra burden in your life, you should stop making children, so the value of marriage in life is ” Since it is only worth “children can be born”, it is a pity for both parents and kid to make kid in a family without economic power in Japan from this where poison of fluffy contaminated food is distributed all over the country. So, “I like Hayao Miyazaki’s Ghibli works, so I want my daughter to grow up in the same way, so I named it Shiita (* ^ _ ^ *)” If you really want to raise a decent child, you should move to Okinawa right now.

Aging society gar, lonely death gar

The disparity society that is often widespread in the media, the aging society with a declining birthrate in the future, the increase in lonely deaths due to the nuclear family, and the pensions that have disappeared, but who would say that it would be a loss? Is there really anyone who is really in trouble because of the increase in lonely deaths? Rather, lonely death develops into an act because it is in trouble, so shouldn’t all the media that manipulate the impression as if it were caused by the “young people of today” should be destroyed once and for all? In the first place, the reason why Japan developed into the bad end route of the current gal game is all due to the “young generation at that time”, and it seems that it is our fault that all the responsibilities of Sole et al. I don’t like to say that the current economic chill is bad for young people because of the reasoning such as “I’m not interested in cars unless I get married and I don’t spend money on my hobbies.” It’s not that you don’t spend money, but that you can’t use it, and that you don’t have a hobby or that you can’t get married.

If you want to get married, get serious

However, if you say that you want to get married regardless of the social thing or the thing that seems to be important, you should do a serious marriage activity, that is, a marriage activity. Marriage activity is the last apocalypse performed by a person with a cliff, who is expected to be unable to get married if he lives his private life as it is, and the standard of living in the future will fluctuate greatly depending on whether or not this is successful. By the way, I’m trying to appeal to women who do this kind of thing as “marriage girls”, but in reality, the new and old unsold bargain sale items in the latter half of 30 are “at least annual income. I want 700, and I can’t say that I’m not good-looking, so I can’t say that I’m taller than 165. ” It’s safe to say that it’s almost 0%, but you can’t retire or move forward toward marriage. Isn’t it? Of course, men in the world prefer the younger generation to the younger generation of married women (laughs) who only think about themselves, so the unfortunate infinite spiral state with no escape will continue forever. ..

 

News, Updates, and Developments

October 23, 2006 – It’s Spring in Mendoza! The trees are vibrant and the vineyards are vast seas of green velvet. The truth is we barely had a winter in the city or the valley’s, just beautiful sunny weather, which is one of Mendoza’s trademarks, along with wine of course. The weather now is ideal for all outdoor activities, including catching rays by your favorite pool. Day time temperatures are in the 80s(F), with night time temps in the 60s to low 70s(F).

Mendoza enjoyed a fabulous harvest season–March through April–with excellent weather, lots of sunshine, and ideal conditions for the harvest. All the winery people are very excited about the harvest results, with grape quality above expectations, and those expectations were high. At Postales del Plata, we are particularly pleased because we had our first harvest ever from our Valle de Uco Malbec vineyards. Our grapes have gone through the fermentation process and some of our wine is in the bottle and ready to drink. Additional juice is being put in new French oak for aging and will be ready early in 2007.

OK, so we can’t rest on our laurels, and with that in mind, we have planted an additional 20 hectares of Malbec grapes. All outdoor activities are in full operation with excellent rafting on the Rio Mendoza, and delightful horseback riding at Estancia El Puesto. We look forward to seeing you in Valle de Uco or Chacras de Coria this spring and summer.

Valle de Uco Lodge is proud to announce that it has joined the luxury boutique hotel group, Ten Rivers Ten Lakes. Visit their web site at Ten Rivers Ten Lakes. We invite you to visit our tranquil wine country retreat soon…..for lunch, for dinner, for a weekend or extended stay. Along with visiting the valley’s splendid bodegas—Salentein, JF Lurton, Clos de Siete/Monteviejo and Flecha de Los Andes, O. Fournier, Altus, Andeluna, Mil Piedras, and others—there are a variety of other outdoor activities to pursue…everything from horseback riding in the Andes foothills on neighboring estancias, to fly-fishing small streams, to hiking, biking, cooking classes, tango lessons, walking through our vineyards, and much more.

Tranquilo chicos….Spring is a laid back time in Mendoza. The weather is perfect for a drive in the country, a hike in the foothills, a horseback ride into the Andes. The sidewalk cafes in the city and in Chacras are alive with couples, friends, and families gathering to discuss the exciting things happening around the Province. In the city, construction is booming…with 5 major new hotels under way (including a new Sheraton and a new Park Suites), and three large condo projects in development. The new Executive Tower Hotel on Plaza Italia is now open. There is an equal amount of new development in the suburbs and countryside with new restaurants opening, new wineries being built, and many new businesses planning to open this spring and summer. If you are thinking about a trip to Mendoza this summer, from January through March, you need to start planning now as things are already booking up. We look forward to assisting you with your travel plans.

Wine Tastings at Chacras de Coria Lodge – This has become a popular event by reservation only….this spring we have begun the biweekly tasting with top wineries and it will continue through the winter season. In the coming weeks we are scheduling Traipiche, Lagarde, Altas Tierras, Catena, Fournier, Lurton, Benegas, Familia Zuccardi, Familia Reina/ Andeluna, Hacienda del Plata, and more. Call Chacras de Coria Lodge for more information and to make your reservation.

Wine Tasting Notes — Familia Cassone Obra Prima Malbec, Reserva 2003 is one of our favorite wines! Selected from vineyards over 60 years old, the wine is aged in new French oak for 12 months. The lusciously rich wine has an intense ruby red color, spicy oaky aromas, and a robust long-lasting deep fruit taste and sensual feel in the mouth.