Next May 25, the second edition of “Bodegas Abiertas” (Open wineries) will be held, inviting tourists to visit Argentina’s top wineries.
The initiative, driven by Bodegas de Argentina, offers a different way to experience the viticulture. The tickets to visit a winery will be exchanged for an 800-gr powder milk carton per every two people. In this occasion, the beneficiary entity will be FEDEM (Federation of Non-government entities for Childhood and Adolescence of Mendoza Province). Moreover, at the end of the tour around the wineries, the initiative will reward designated drivers for responsible consumption, as they will not participate in the wine tastings.
Trivento will be one of the wineries in Maipú hosting the event with convenient tour departure hours (9.30 am, 11.30 am and 2.30 pm). The visits will be conducted by bilingual guides specialized in wine tourism. Among the wines to be tasted, guests will enjoy Trivento Reserve Malbec 2012, winner of a Trophy in the last edition of the Argentina Wine Awards. Other winery from Maipú is Trapiche that will open its facilities to tourists at 10am, 11,30am, 1pm and 3pm.
Moreover, in Luján de Cuyo, Norton, Renacer and Dante Robino have taken part in Bodegas Abiertas 2013 with tours at 10am, 11,30am, 1pm and 3pm, while further to the south, Casa Bianchi will be receiving tourists at the same time.
For further information about “Bodegas Abiertas 2013”, please go to www.bodegasabiertas.com.ar
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