Thursday, March 10, 2011
Vacation for Mendoza
Wine Tours, Wine roads, walks through the wineries in Mendoza, and you want to call ... The goal is to walk, learn, visit, enjoy, have lunch and enjoy a good wine ... Or not?
Because that's what's going to do in Mendoza. But first he must know that
Visits may be a half day or almost every day, with or without lunch, visit one, two, three, four wineries where tastings can be classic, Super Premium and Premium.
The wineries depend on interest in wine and the knowledge they have about the same. You can combine different tours ...
It is always recommended to do a mix of small wineries, medium, large, modern, ancient and traditional.
Mendoza, invites you to choose the area of wines and wineries that interest, both industrial and boutiques, and thus to learn their methods of preparation, sample their wines and also have the opportunity to taste different foods.
From gourmet cuisine, the best places, surrounded by a unique atmosphere all year round.
Mendoza is divided into different wine regions: Lujan de Cuyo, Maipú and Uco Valley.
How to get to Mendoza?
To reach the city of Mendoza are several alternatives, depending on the mode of transport they choose ... It can be air or ground.
Mendoza is accessible by plane by J. Francisco International Airport Gabrielli - The Plumerillo, or by land via Routes Nac No. 7 and 40.
By plane from Buenos Aires, there are two possibilities, opt for the daily flights that run between the Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport and the city of Mendoza, or fly to the city of Santiago Chile and then cross the mountain range the Andes.