South America 2020

6 March - 14 March 2020

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South America is a dream destination for many. For wine lovers, the dream must include a trip to the twin wine giants of the Andean part of the new world, Chile and Argentina, both offering increasingly fine wines in stunning locations. 

‘We are dazzled by the change in South American wine. No other region has progressed as far or as fast in the past 10 years. South American wine had the reputation of being a bit of a Volvo: now it’s more of a Ferrari’

Decanter magazine 

South America 2020

6 March - 14 March 2020


‘A perfect way to enjoy Argentina and Chile’

Once again, the team worked their magic in producing a spectacular wine & food tour of the best that Chile and Argentina had to offer.  Not sure how they manage to put together these incredibly simpatico groups, but they do, and the result is a wonderfully gratifying experience.  This was our second tour with Iberian, and we can’t wait to sign up for number three.

Mark Kaspar, Chicago, USA

South America Trip Highlights

  • Visits to the best wineries of Mendoza, Uco Valley, Colchagua, Cachapoal & Maipo
  • Cookery classes with Pilar Rodriguez in Chile at Andeluna Cellars, Argentina
  • Traditional asado at Zuccardi
  • Wine blending in de Martino
  • Tasting menu at Clos de Chacras
  • Optional extension to picnic in Aconcagua

Single Supplement $900


What's Included & Extensions

  • 1 night Solace Hotel, Santiago
  • 3 nights at Hotel Terravina, Santa Cruz
  • 1 night at Las Majadas, Maipo
  • 3 nights Park Hyatt, Mendoza
  • Private transport by luxury coach
  • English speaking guides
  • Breakfast daily; 7 lunches/ 5 dinners
  • 2 cookery classes
  • Activities as specified
  • 12 winery visits

Extension Itinerary

We leave for a bus trip to the high Andes, stopping in Uspallata (where Brad Pitt filmed Seven years in Tibet) for coffee and chocolate and then a short ride to the Aconcagua mountain park where, after a 30 minute walk to the mountain lakes in view of Aconcagua, we enjoy a very high altitude (10,000 feet) lunch of empanadas, Andean fruit, nuts and salads accompanied of course by malbec and torrontes wines.

After a visit to the Inca bridge, we make our way back through some jaw dropping scenery to Mendoza, where there is a casual but very tasty dinner in Mendocino winemaker favourite restaurant the Maria Antonieta.

March 14 – 15, 2020

$475 per person double occupancy
$100 single supplement

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Simon McGookin

Simon has a lifelong passion for wine and travel, stemming from a visit to the Barossa Valley when he lived and worked in Australia as a teenager. Since then he has visited most of the top wine regions of the world. He studied at Queen’s University Belfast and had a career in IT and professional rugby management before joining Iberian Wine Tours.  After successfully completing the Level 3 WSET Advanced Certificate in Wines and Spirits he has worked closely with Jeremy Shaw in overseeing the growth of the company.

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