Chile and Argentina, contrasts in South America | wine tour

The program is now finalised for 2018! Without a doubt our longest wine tour. It starts in Buenos Aires (with tango), continues to Mendoza, at the foot of the Andes. Then over the Andes, along the country road through a landscape that is strange and enthralling, reaching well over 10,000 feet. Continuing to the Pacific Ocean with a view towards Japan (although maybe not quite visible). A stop in Valparaiso of course, this mythical harbour town. Then going south along this narrow strip of land between the ocean and the Andes.

Two weeks filled with incredible experiences, innumerable delicious wines, magnificent meals, not least the South American asado (meat grilled over an open fire). Through two neighbouring countries, similar in some ways, but still very, very different. A tour that stays in the memory for a long, long time.

Read more: the wine tour to Chile and Argentina, January 27 to February 11, 2018.

If you want to see more pictures and videos you can visit our Facebook group for the 2017 wine tour to Chile and Argentina.

Vineyards at Vina Vik, Chile

Vineyards at Vina Vik, Chile, copyright BKWine Photography

Inspecting the vineyards by horse cart at Viu Manent, Chile

Inspecting the vineyards by horse cart at Viu Manent, Chile, copyright BKWine Photography

Alfresco lunch at Montgras-Ninquén, Chile

Alfresco lunch at Montgras-Ninquén, Chile, copyright BKWine Photography

Carmenere at Montgras in Chile

Carmenere at Montgras in Chile, copyright BKWine Photography

The spectacular landscape in Chile

The spectacular landscape in Chile, Chile, copyright BKWine Photography

Serving delicious wine from a magnum

Serving delicious wine from a magnum, copyright BKWine Photography

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One Comment to Chile and Argentina, contrasts in South America | wine tour

  1. Erika Toni June 6, 2017 at 09:57 #

    Great itinerary and amazing pictures! Chile and Argentina are certainly the two most happening wine countries in South America, producing quality wines and offering a wonderful environment for tourists. The wine tourism in these two countries has developed a lot over the years. Covering both these wine countries at one go could be a little hectic, but absolutely worth it. So many beautiful places to explore and wonderful verities of wine to try. Would love to know more about your experiences in Chile and Argentina once you’re back and ready to share.

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