Liz Thach, Professor in Management and Wine Business, Sonoma State University, talked about the best practices for developing successfully wine tourism.
Important figures from European wine tourism industry took part in the “3° Congreso Latinoamericano de Enoturismo”. Through these videos, they shared their visions of the latest trends in the wine tourism industry and explained the needs of the new traveler.
The international event, counting on speakers from Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Mexico and different wine provinces of Argentina, gathered around 150 attendees who listened to experts of the wine tourism world during two days. Get to know in this article some of the conclusions.
With the presence of authorities, members of the tourist and wine industry, sponsors and press, the congress, has begun in the province of Mendoza.
It will be held, together with the 5th Seminar of Wine Tourism, on November 27, 28, and 29 in Mendoza.
The wine tourism finds in the Cuyo region and in particularly Mendoza, one of the most favorable sites under the sun to make a tour of large and small wineries, tasting some of the best varietals and blends that may be found today.
In the country, there are about 200 wineries open to tourism. Every year, they offer new alternatives to capture visitors’ attention. During the past long weekend, over 1 million people went around Argentina; many of them leant towards wineries.
With gold, silver and bronze awards, wineries, hotels and agencies of the province were distinguished in the contest “Best of Mendoza´s Wine Tourism 2014”. See in this article, all the winners in each of the categories.
This year, the event organized by Bodegas de Argentina, and in which WineSur will act as media-partner, will have classical movies as the main character. It is an initiative for charity, so the tickets will be exchanged for non-perishables.