Posada & Bodega Salentein is located in Finca La Pampa, Tunuyán, Uco Valley region, a breathtaking location just one hour and a half from Mendoza City. The Inn has 16 rooms, where you can find peace, simplicity and personalized service.
This unique luxury boutique hotel lies surrounded by grape vines, in the foothills of the Andes. Inspired by the outstanding natural beauty of the region, and the traditional lifestyle of the local Mendocinos, this wonderfully calming wine resort was created for guests who have a contemporary standard of lifestyle, are gourmets, love wine and Spa wellness.
avas Wine Lodge is the first Lodge of its kind in South America, blessed by the natural beauty of Mendoza, an idyllic wine growing region at the foot of the Andes. Nestled in a 35 acre vineyard, Cavas Wine Lodge is strategically located between the best known wineries and the magnificent Andes Mountain range.
Exhaustive Argentina Travel Advice For Everybody Wines from Argentina are popular throughout the world for their finesse. There are numerous popular wine regions in Argentina where one can taste and buy fine quality wine.
400 years ago the Spanish came to Argentina and brought with them their love of wine. Catholic monks and priests began to grown produce wine for serving at communion and so the Argentine wine industry was born. It was in the 1800s, though, that European settlers arrived with wine expertise, more grape strains and, importantly, the railway. One of the arrivals was a seemingly insignificant dark grape from the south of France. This grape, called Malbec, found its true home in the foothills of the Andes and flourished.
Argentina is home to some of the best tourist attractions in South America., and with its rich Spanish culture, you will find it a culturally rich destination when it comes to music, dance, architecture and most especially food.
The first location most people think of when considering visit to Argentina is Buenos Aires. It is South America’s only city that has a inbuilt European feeling attached to it and as a traveler you need to spend some time here for absorbing the beauty which exists in its sights and sounds.
California is one of the most famous regions for producing quality wine, but when it comes to South America there are also plenty to try. Argentina and Chile are known for producing quality wines, whether that’s expensive or boutique choices or reasonably priced bottles. Similarly, don’t limit yourself to trying them in the city, but …