You might think that Chile and Argentina are similar. That is not the case at all. It is true that both countries are Spanish-speaking, but otherwise there is a lot of difference: culture, social issues, nature, politics and more, much of it due to history of course. But they also have a lot in common.
Most importantly, both countries today make world-class wines. You will discover that on the wine tour to Chile and Argentina.
Chile has become famous for its carmenère, which was originally thought to be merlot, but today they make a wide range of wines. Sauvignon blanc from Casablanca, cabernet franc and sauvignon from Colchagua and much more. Argentina is often identified with malbec and it dominates a lot, but there is also much else, often produced by small, ambitious family producers, semillon, torrontés, syrah…
Another thing the two countries have in common is the gastronomy: lots of grilled meat and delicious fresh vegetables. Which we will enjoy many times at our gastronomic lunches, asados, on the wine tour. Not to forget all the other great experiences on this South American wine exploration.
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