South America

9 - 16 November 2017

Wine Tour Brand

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 Salta this year as an optional extension. If it’s your dream why not make it happen in November 2017 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 7 nights, 4 nights in Chile and 3 in Argentina,

 

South America

9 - 16 November 2017

Highlights

  • Visits to the best wineries of Mendoza, Uco Valley, Colchagua, Cachapoal & Maipo
  • Cookery class at Andeluna Cellars
  • Traditional asado at Zuccardi
  • Wine blending in de Martino
  • Dinner by the Cheval des Andes polo field
  • Visit to the Museum of the Andes at Santa Rita
  • Stay in Casa Real, one of South America’s top hotels 
  • Optional extension trips to Salta and Aconcagua national park

What's Included & Extensions

This price includes all accommodation, visits and tastings at wineries, all breakfasts and 10 meals (6 lunches and 4 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, insurance and tips are not included.

Single supplement $600

Optional 4 day extension including day in Aconcagua national park (night in Mendoza), 3 nights in Salta, northern Argentina, provisional wine visits to Bodega El Esteco, San Pedro de Yacochuya, Las Nubes, Domingo Molina, Porvenir de Cafayate. $2450pp sharing ($400 single supplement)

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Cash Price
(per person sharing)
$4,350.00

  • Euro Price
    €4050
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  • GBP Price
    £3500
These prices are for information purposes only. If you would like to pay in Euro or GBP, please email us on
info@iberianwinetours.com

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Jenny Siddall

Jenny studied Spanish, French and Italian at University and spent a year abroad in the heart of La Ribera del Duero wine region in Spain where her interest in wine began. She then fell in love with wine through travel and guiding tours in many countries as far and wide as Argentina and Chile to Spain.

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