5 - 13 November 2018
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. We are also going to Elqui this year as an optional extension. If it’s your dream why not make it happen in November 2018 on the Iberian Wine Tours South American trip? So, we’re going to make the most of the scenery, the weather and the wines and we’d love you to join us. The trip is for 8 nights, 5 nights in Chile and 3 in Argentina.
‘Your tour of Argentina and Chile was just outstanding! Certainly one of the best ever for us’ William Hyatt, California
5 - 13 November 2018
- Visits to the best wineries of Mendoza, Uco Valley, Casablanca, Colchagua, Cachapoal & Maipo
- Cookery classes at Viu Manent & Andeluna Cellars
- Traditional asado at Zuccardi
- Wine blending in de Martino
- Dinner by the Cheval des Andes polo field
- Stay in Casa Real, one of South America’s top hotels
- Optional extension trip to Elqui
What's Included & Extensions
This price includes all accommodation, visits and tastings at wineries, all breakfasts and 12 meals (7 lunches and 5 dinners) during the trip (for other meals you are free to make your own plans), all wine at meals, a tour manager and local transport. Flights on the main trip, and the extension to Elqui, insurance and tips are not included.
Single supplement $900
Optional 2 day extension to one of the world’s remotest, highest and driest wine regions on the fringes of the Atacama, the planet’s inverse location to Tibet, home to some of the world’s best stargazing and some very fine high altitude reds and of course Chilean pisco.
$1300pp sharing ($150 single supplement)
*There is a $150 discount for anyone booking the tour including extension until 31st December, 2017
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Managing Director and Tour Host
Jeremy couldn’t resist a spell in Spain in 1993 just before he started working as a lawyer in London. He had studied at the Sorbonne and then worked in the wine industry for Steven Spurrier in Paris but the sunny days in Salamanca in that first half of 1993 changed his life. As well as meeting wife Marisa, Jeremy developed a love for Spain and the Spanish that has permeated his life ever since.
Karen began her culinary career in Milwaukee while studying culinary arts at the Milwaukee Area Technical College and furthered her education with a culinary grant from MATC at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. After finishing her studies, she moved to Chicago where she helped open Vong Restaurant, and worked at Charlie Trotter’s. She then spent three years at San Francisco’s prestigious seafood restaurant Farallon, where she was promoted to Sous Chef and Chef in charge of private dining.