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Red wine grapes in Autumn

Taste Wines & Explore Mendoza Argentina

Choose a Mendoza Argentina tour & taste Malbec red wines in style. Try a gourmet cooking class, go horseback riding through vineyards, or hike in the foothills of the Andes.

Mendoza is a destination for outdoor enthusiasts and wine lovers alike. Come to check out the gorgeous wineries, located at the foot of Mount Aconcagua, and then stay for the food and the activities. 

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The Andes Mountains in Mendoza
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The South America Wine Tour

10 Days / 9 Nights

  • Santiago area, the main wine region in Chile
  • Casablanca Valley
  • ViΓ±a del Mar & ValparaΓ­so
  • Mendoza, Argentina's wine capital
  • Uco Valley
  • Colonia del Sacramento, UNESCO World Heritage Site in Uruguay
  • Estancias & Vineyards surrounding Colonia
  • Buenos Aires, the Argentina capital
  • Buenos Aires city tour & Tango Dinner Show
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Maipo Valley Vineyard in Chile
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Wineries of Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil

12 Days / 11 Nights

  • Wines of Chile, including Carmenere
  • Wines of Argentina, including Malbec
  • Wines of Uruguay, including Tannat
  • Buenos Aires Tour
  • Santiago Tour
  • Rio de Janeiro Tour
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Argentina La Boca Port
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Buenos Aires to Santiago Wine Tour & Patagonia Lakes

11 Days / 10 Nights

  • Tango Dancing Lessons in Buenos Aires
  • Lake Crossing through the Andes
  • Mountain Resort in Bariloche
  • Santiago de Chile Wine Region
  • Valparaiso and ViΓ±a del Mar Excursion
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Mendoza is the mecca for wine enthusiasts. The Mendoza River valley on the western border of Argentina accounts for two-thirds of Argentina's wine production, covering 356,000 acres (144,000 hectares). As the dominant region for wine making, the Mendoza province has also become the dominant wine destination in Argentina. Besides wine, there's gourmet cooking in fine restaurants, plus cooking lessons. And there's also activities aplenty: horseback riding, hiking, snow sports, white water rafting, ... Show More

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