WineSur had the chance to visit Cruz de Piedra winery, located in Maipú, Mendoza. The winery’s history, its modern and warm facilities, as well as its gentle wines, turned the visit into a very special day.
Part of Área del Vino’s team visited Atamisque Winery, located in the heart of the Uco Valley, in Mendoza. The unforgettable experience included a tour through the vineyards, wine tasting in the cellar and an exquisite lunch in its restaurant called “Rincón Atamisque”.
The offer of cuisine places on the wine road has increased substantially during the last year and is emerging as an excellent option for wine tourists to match excellent food with great wines. Know the wine tourism offer.
The Calchaquí Valleys circuit is the ideal tour since nature and history are combined in a unique way to the tourist’s delight.
Two articles published by Financial Times, the UK prestigious financial morning paper, tell about the goodness of Mendoza, a region highly chosen as tourist destination, and the possibilities for investing in this land.
Once again, a prestigious publication chose Mendoza and Argentina’s wine tourism areas as a must-visit place for wine lovers. WineSur offers an overview of the chosen regions and the selected Malbec list published by Newsweek.
Planned as a tourist circuit, the San Juan Wine Route has become one of the most traditional options for visitors. Fifteen wineries integrate the tour and offer very different programs, from organic wine production to sparkling wines elaborated at the very heart of the mountain.
Besides the traditional guided tour, several Argentinian wineries offer unique programs aimed at immersing visitors in the world of wine aromas, or combining wine tourism with astronomy, paleontology or sport. In this wine tourism special, WineSur features four innovative options offered by wineries in Mendoza and Neuquén provinces.