Traditionally two regions of Argentina were characterized by the production of wines: Mendoza and Salta. But since not long ago wines from Patagonia have taken off and there are several wineries that have established in this region of southern Argentina. The new producing areas are located especially in the two northernmost provinces of Patagonia, Neuquén… Read on
In this article by Jorge Impellizzeri you’ll learn about the best wine production areas in Patagonia and the special characteristics of their wines due to the particular climate of the region. As you get familiar with the names of many of the best wine varieties grown in the area, you’ll get ready for one –… Read on
Cafayate is the Cradle of Torrontés, the most typical wine of Salta. To discover this exquisite corner of calchaquí valleys is our proposal. Leaving Salta early to visit the towns of the Valley of Lerma until arriving at Quebrada de las Conchas (the Gorge of the Shells). This magnificent stone wall seems to jealously guard… Read on
Salta is a land of mountains and valleys, vineyards and wineries, churches and museums. Also, it keeps deep memories of indigenous America, the music and the way they related to the land of the aborigin. Walk the Inca routes and discover these secrets. Here you have all the options for visits and tours.
The tour to the Valleys is a journey through the calchaquí valleys which usually is hired as an organized tour. If you wish to make it on your own, you should know that an overnight stay in Cafayate or some intermediate point of the circuit is needed. Day 1: You will be departing towards Cachi at… Read on