Cafayate might just be our favourite place we visited in Argentina. We try to explain why in this post – the mountains, the wine, the empanadas and the small town vibe. But sometimes it hard to put into words why sometimes a place is just right, and other times it’s not. [To read more, click the heading above.]
The wine tour arranged with the hostel for the Lujan de Cuyo wine region of Mendoza left at 10:00am. The final drinks with the group were sipped just before midnight. It was a long but very fun day! To read and see more, click the above heading.
Riding bikes around the streets while tasting wine – what could go wrong? Our first day tour of the wineries in Mendoza in the Maipu region.
Top of the to do list while we were in town was Concha y Toro, the second biggest winery in the world, and the easiest winery to visit by public transport from Santiago. As was the case with a lot of wineries in South America, the only way to do a wine tasting was to […]
We had one more stop on route to Santiago. Talca is known as the gateway to the Maule Valley, which means one thing, wine country! After the limited views of volcanoes we’d had in Pucon, suddenly they were everywhere. The sun was shining, the weather was warm, and we were in wine country – things […]