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  • Del Fin del Mundo winery and Neuquentur promote together Neuquén as a tourism destination

    The renowned Patagonian winery and Neuquén Company of Touristic Promotion launched a project to promote the city of Neuquén focusing on gastronomy and Premium wines.
    The aim of this initiative is to attract international tourism and let visitors learn more about the region, not only because of its natural beauty but also the high quality products [...]

  • Cruzat, Dante Robino and Luigi Bosca together to launch the “Sparkling Wine Road in Mendoza”

    The Tour starts in Cruzat, on the high area of Perdriel, Luján de Cuyo where visitors could learn more about the Champenoise Method, Cruzat
    speciality. Another method to elaborate sparkling is Charmat, so the next Winery to be visited is Dante Robino. The day ends at Luigi Bosca
    where an historic exposition is going to take place [...]

  • Piattelli bets on tourism in Cafayate

    Apart from the production of Torrontés and red varieties, the winery has focused on developing the tourism and gastronomy.
    Piattelli Vineyards built its winery in Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza. Almost 10 years later, it opened an impressive building, in other privileged region for winemaking, Cafayate, Salta.
    Moreover, Piattelli owns 193 hectares grown with Cabernet Sauvignon, Tannat, [...]

  • Trivento Recognised for Excellence in Tourism

    The winery received the distinction in “Guidelines for Development of Wine Tourism”.
    During festivities celebrating International Tourism Day, national and provincial authorities convened to present 40 wineries with awards for offering high quality tourism activities. They also took part in signing a cooperation agreement drafted between the National Ministry of Tourism and the Vitivinicultural Corporation of [...]

  • The Luigi Bosca Experience

    Luigi Bosca opens its doors so that tourists themselves can discover the meaning of “The Luigi Bosca Experience”.
    “We want our visitors to meet the people that make wine and how they work. We want them to feel conformable and pleased when tasting our wines.
    Their visit is invaluable to us. In these days we receive a [...]

  • Work and pleasure at Vistandes

    The rise of wine tourism has awakened an interest in wineries as a place to carry out business meetings and recreational activities among vineyards, mountains and oak barrels. Many wineries that have tourist facilities open their doors for simple meetings, negotiation rounds of small groups and events of a large list of guests such as [...]

  • Monte Quieto, now open to tourism

    The family winery located in Agrelo, Luján de Cuyo, opens its doors to tourists and offers guided visits in three languages: Spanish, English and French. With a glass in their hands, tourists will take a pleasant stroll in the vineyards, then visit the winery and finally sit at the tasting room to enjoy the tasting [...]

  • Lares de Chacras in the Top 25 Best Hotels in Argentina

    Lares de Chacras Hotel Boutique was selected on the Top 25 Best Hotels in Argentina in three categories at the TripAdvisor ® 2012 Travelers Choices:
    Customer Service (7th place in Argentina)
    Best Value (8th place in Argentina)
    Relax (23rd place in Argentina)
    In its 10th celebration, TripAdvisor Travelers’Choice awarded the best hotels in the world. Unlike any other contest [...]

  • Live the best of the Mendozan summer at Norton

    This summer, awaiting the arrival of the harvest, Norton winery invites you to participate of its new tourist activities at the foot of the Los Andes Mountains that guarantee an unforgettable experience.
    Discovering Varietals is a program that concentrates on the vineyard; where the secrets of great wines are kept. Visitors will be able to taste [...]

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The winners of Best of Wine Tourism 2011

The global network Great Wine Capitals awarded the best wine tourism alternatives in Mendoza. WineSur provides readers with all the winners.

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Polo and wineries: the new trend in the world of wine

The world of wine has gone beyond the boundaries of the winery and is now linked to other activities like polo. An increasing number of wineries boast their own polo fields now or are sponsoring a team.

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Mendoza, once again among Latin America`s top destinations

Due to its natural attractions and the quality of its services, the province won a place within the ranking of the prestigious magazine Travel + Leisure. National Geographic also included it among the top of the world.

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López invested 1.5 million dollars in a big building work

With the aim of receiving visitors, the winery has performed an important Tourism Center as a development strategy. It will receive people from all over the country and the world.

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Mendoza`s wineries were full of tourists

Long weekends are eagerly awaited by wineries in Mendoza. This time, in honor of the Argentinian Bicentennial, many of them offered special festive menus, tours and activities. Here are some of the alternatives offered by the local wineries.

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“We try to bring consumers closer to the world of wine”

A new tendency has emerged among the wineries that are far from high-consumption areas, which consists in creating spaces that are exclusively devoted to the enjoyment of wine. In this interview, Ana Viola comments on “Experiencia del Fin del Mundo,” a new concept developed by Bodega del Fin del Mundo which has materialized into an off-site facility in Palermo, Buenos Aires.

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The winery bus starts rolling

On Friday April 23, the winery bus’ first tour set out from Mendoza towards the Uco Valley area. This venture, developed by Bodegas de Argentina and Andesmar, seeks to give visitors the chance to enjoy new wine and tourism experiences.

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Bodega del Fin del Mundo recommended as a worth visiting place

In the Sunday edition of January 10th, The New York Times, the prestigious newspaper from the United States, recommended Bodega del Fin del Mundo as the second of 31 places worth visiting during 2010, the first being Sri Lanka. The Patagonia, with its wines and wineries, is the only Argentinian destination included by the famous newspaper within its top recommendations.

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Exploring Malbec wines and vineyards in Mendoza

In an article published by The Washington Post last 3rd January, the journalist Erica Johnston recommends exploring Malbec wines and vineyards in Mendoza, which “has become one of the world`s foremost wine regions.”

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More than one million people went through the Wine Roads in Argentina

This data was provided by the third report of “Turismo Vitivinícola de Argentina 2008″ (2008 Argentinian Wine Tourism) carried out by Bodegas de Argentina. Besides, according to the research, the growth from 2004 to 2008 was of 142%. In this article WineSur provides readers with the most relevant data about wine tourism in the country.

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