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Luxury accommodations Exertion level: 3
Operator: Wines and Adventures of the Andes 12 people max
  • Buenos aires airport, argentina
  • Culinary & Wine Travel trips
Soft adventure in Argentina’s Wine Roads. A journey to explore the country and its outstanding wines. Arrive in the cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, and soak into its history and current wine scenario. Fly to the province of Mendoza, into the diverse oasis of winemaking: the Central Valleys and the high terroirs of the Uco Valley. The incredible Andean landscape will be an amazing frame during our whole stay. Lodge at exclusive, countryside retreats. Cycle and ride on horseback throughout the vineyards. Dine at Argentina’s most renowned chefs’ own private venues, and state-of- the- art wineries. Lay back and enjoy the landscape of this marvelous land at the foothill of the Andes.

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  • This is a custom departure, meaning this trip is offered on dates that you arrange privately with the provider. Additionally, you need to form your own private group for this trip. The itinerary and price here is just a sample. Contact the provider for detailed pricing, minimum group size, and scheduling information. For most providers, the larger the group you are traveling with, the lower the per-person cost will be.

Itinerary



Day 1: Arrival in Buenos Aires
We will be waiting for you at Buenos Aires Airport. Transfer to your centric hotel. A brief orientation meeting will be held at the hotel to meet our guide and review the itinerary before heading for one of the city’s finest Wine bars and get acquainted with the superb Argentine Malbecs and Torrontes.

Lodging options: Mine Hotel ( Boutique, Luxury)
Day 2: Buenos Aires
Morning bike ride visiting some of the most traditional neighborhoods of the city, including San Telmo, the Art district with its (*) famous street fair, Recoleta, with its sparkling cafes & restaurants and its famed cemetery, and Buenos Aires Ecological reservation. Time for lunch at the city’s modern waterfront. Early afternoon ride back to your hotel.

The rest of the day is yours to walk this amazing city, its museums and parks, as you get ready for an evening of Music & Dance at one of Buenos Aires’ most authentic Tango venues.

Cycling: 3.00 hours. Terrain: flat- mostly on paved roads

Lodging options: Mine Hotel ( Boutique, luxury)
( Breakfast and dinner included )
(*) Only on Sundays

Day 3: Buenos Aires – Central Valleys of Mendoza
Morning transfer to Buenos Aires domestic airport to board flight to Mendoza, center of Argentina’s wine making. Reception at Mendoza’s airport. Visit to centric Mendoza and time for lunch.
Afternoon visit to Catena Zapata. The winery, recognized for being the pioneer of quality winemaking in Argentina, is also well known for the outstanding architectural design of its Bodega.
Lodge at Club Tapiz. Located in an estate built in 1890 and surrounded by ten hectares of vineyards, the house was restored preserving its Renaissance- style Villa structure and maintaining vintage elements.

Lodging: Club Tapiz Lodge- Mendoza
(Breakfast included)

Day 4: Central Valleys of Mendoza – Biking & Wineries
Morning biking to award winning winery Achaval Ferrer. Only a few years into the market , its wines consistently receive 90 + punctuations in Wine Spectator. We head for Ruca Malen Winery for a superb 5 course lunch pairing food & wine. Afternoon transfer back to the lodge.

Optional (not included): evening visit to centric Mendoza, and dinner at “ 1884”, where Chef Francis Mallmann blends the finest culinary traditions of France and South America.

Lodging: Club Tapiz Lodge- Mendoza
( Breakfast & lunch included)

Day 5: Mendoza – Uco Valley – ( Biking and optional Horseback riding at the Andes’ foothills)
Morning transfer South to Uco Valley, where we start biking through the magnificente landscape to La Azul, a small Boutique winery producer of superb Malbecs.

Lunch a la Carte ( not included) at Kilka , Salentein Bodega`s Restaurant and Art Space. Afternoon visit to the winery, (*) Transfer to your wine- lodge. Check in and leisure away.
(*)Optional (not included): Afternoon horse back riding ( 2 hours approx. ) by the Andean’foothills

Total Biking distance: 25km- 35 km Terrain: flat- mostly on paved roads

Lodging; Postales Boutique Wine Hotel-Valle de Uco,( or similar).
Tunuyan –Mendoza (Breakfast included)

Day 6: (Mendoza) -Uco valley – Biking & Wineries
Morning bike to one of the valley’s finest wineries: Clos de los Siete , a joint wine adventure initiated a few years back by the world famous French winemaker Michel Rolland. with magnificent views of the Andes. We also ride the bodega’s inner roads to Monteviejo Winery, before heading for a traditional Asado at Posada del Jamon, the hidden local gem specialized in pork meats. ( lunch a la carte/ not included).

Afternoon leisure by the pool or walk by the magnificent surroundings

Total Biking distance: 30 km approx.

Lodging; Postales Boutique Wine Hotel-Valle de Uco,( or similar).
Tunuyan –Mendoza ( Breakfast included)

Day 7:Mendoza – Buenos Aires
Morning transfer to Mendoza airport to board flights back to Buenos Aires. Transfer from (Bs. As.) domestic to international airport to board flight home / choice of transfer to centric hotel.

(Breakfast included)

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