South America

Vineyards on a mountain slope in Colchagua, Chile

Chile & Argentina Wine Tour

South America: a unique wine tour of Chile and Argentina — Join us on a fantastic voyage of discovery in the vineyards of Chile and Argentina, including a breath-taking trip over the Andes. Set on

Walking down the slope in a vineyard in Colchagua, Chile

Chile and Argentina, January 18 – 31, 2021

South America: a unique wine tour of Chile and Argentina — Join us on a fantastic voyage of discovery in the vineyards of Chile and Argentina, including a breath-taking trip over the Andes. Set on

Majestic mountains and vineyards in South Africa

Sneak peek of wine tour in winter 2021

The program for winter 2021 is also starting to be finalized. It will be three magnificent long distance tours, to the southern hemisphere. Three excellent excuses to get away from the dark and cold winter

Vina Maquis rosé wine, Colchagua

Exciting rosé wine from Chile

There is plenty of dull and uninteresting rosé wines around, and then there are some that stand out for their quality. At Vina Maquis in Colchagua in Chile, their aim is to make a rosé

There are lots of antique shops in the San Telmo District in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, a short introduction to the city

It is a curious contrast between Buenos Aires and Mendoza. Mendoza with its one million inhabitants feels much smaller than what it is. Buenos Aires, on the contrary, with not more than 3 million people,

Asado, barbecue, is one of the favourite meals in Argentina and Chile

Chile’s food: A quick introduction

Chile is most famous for its asados, just like Argentina, the open-fire barbecues, with beef, pork, lamb, chicken… But there is a tremendous variety of food and restaurants in Chile, everything from steakhouses to sushi.

A wine cellar with oak barrels and an egg-tank in Chile

The world should catch up with wines from Chile!

A story from a wine tour to Chile and Argentina It’s amazing how long it takes for new realities to pierce the membrane of old truths and commonly held beliefs. That’s Chile in a nutshell.