Archive for the ‘Tourism’ Category

Two Argentinian emblems join efforts to promote tourism

March 16, 2011

An important agreement between Bodegas de Argentina and Asociación de la Yerba Mate sealed the collaboration among 10 provinces of two regions that make Argentina well known all around the world.

Wine Enthusiast recommends the best restaurants and hotels

February 15, 2011 by Michael Schachner

Mendoza has a slew of new restaurants, lodging, wineries and tour guides eager to shuttle around the increasing number of visitors. Michael Schachner, Wine Enthusiast editor, recommends some of the places visitors should not miss.

Wine tourism grows in Argentina

December 28, 2010 by Redacción

In the first six months of 2010, 768,846 people went through Argentina’s Wine Roads, which means an increase of 57.7%, compared with 2009.

Wine and art at Trapiche

December 17, 2010 by Ma. Soledad González

In a very special night, Bodega Trapiche opened a silverwork exhibition and presented Manos, its new icon wine.

Renacer goes for tourism

December 15, 2010 by Laura Saieg

The winery decided to revamp itself, presenting new tourism alternatives to journalists, who became “winemakers for one day.”

San Juan is changing

November 10, 2010 by Redacción

Even though Syrah is the emblematic varietal of the region, Torrontés and Pinot Gris start to stand out. There are strong investments in wineries and vineyards and the province is making a great leap forward.

A walk in the clouds

November 3, 2010 by Redacción

It is not rhetoric. Literally, walk in Cafayate, Salta, means to walk in the clouds, which dominate the vineyards located at more than 2,000 meters above sea level. In the lands where the Cardón prevails everywhere and time seems to have taken a break, wineries give visitors their best.

Bodegas de Argentina has a new department of Wine Tourism

October 20, 2010 by Ma. Soledad González

Last week, the institution presented its new department of Wine Tourism and its wine tourism product club. Know about Gabriel Fidel’s opinion, who is in charge of this plan.

Argentinian wineries danced tango

October 4, 2010 by Mariano Zalazar

As its name indicates, the festival “Tango por los Caminos del Vino” (Tango through the Wine Roads) is a fusion of two national cultural emblems. The public was dazzled by different tango spectacles in the amazing settings offered by wineries.

Decero opened a restaurant and launched its marketing in the domestic market

September 27, 2010 by Ma. Soledad González

The winery opened a space for 40 guests that will open every day at midday and will be in charge of the Chef Matías Podestá. Moreover, it will also market its wines in Mendoza and Buenos Aires.