From stargazing among the famous vineyards in Mendoza to discovering the highest vineyards in the world in Salta or tasting elegant wines in up-and-coming Patagonia, our collection of exclusive Argentina wine tours offers you the chance to take part in all of these… and more!
Explore the enchanting world of Argentine Wine with Wine Paths, your gateway to the extraordinary realms of Malbec, tango, and asado. Whether you're a wine enthusiast or planning luxury holidays in Argentina, we offer a curated experience tailored to your preferences.
Plan your escape to the mesmerizing landscapes of Salta, where the desert-like scenery unfolds along the Wine Route. Indulge in local cuisine and savor wines like Torrontés, made from native grapes found nowhere else in the world.
In Mendoza, immerse yourself in the heart of vineyards, enjoying breathtaking views of the Andes and participating in hands-on activities like cooking classes or blending workshops.
Known as a wine country, Argentina is the fifth largest producer of wine in the world, you can expect great wine at great prices. In the past, the country built its production status on quantity over quality, but today, Argentinian varieties rank among the finest across the globe.
With its high altitude, arid climate and high-quality grapes, you won’t taste better Malbec anywhere else. In the province’s you will find many wine-making locations (Maipu Valley, Lujan de Cuyo, and Uco Valley), the famous Wine Route has some diverse offerings.
Try the Tempranillo, which pairs well with cheese due to having the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon and the meaty nature of Carignan. The younger the grapes, the more fresh and fruity it will taste. White wine drinkers will appreciate the Chardonnay, a rich and supple blend made under the region’s ample sunshine.
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Wondering about the best period for a wine tour in Argentina?
Spring (September to November): Mild temperatures and blooming landscapes.
Summer (December to February): Warm to hot temperatures, ideal for beach vacations.
Fall (March to May): Mild temperatures and colourful foliage, perfect for wine enthusiasts.
Winter (June to August): Cool to cold temperatures, great for skiing in the Andes.
Consider tourist crowds and specific activities when planning your visit.
Book with us your Argentina Vacation and Day Tour, Argentina is a vast nation with a varying climate, so there’s something to do at any time of year!
The approximate flight distances from Buenos Aires to Salta and Mendoza in Argentina are as follows:
Buenos Aires to Salta > around 1,100 kilometers ≈ 683 miles (By Plane: 2 hours)
These are rough estimates and actual flight times may vary based on factors such as specific departure and arrival locations, airline routes, and weather conditions.
Here are some places to visit in this South America city:
Bustling capital, Buenos Aires : Where tapas, tango, and vibrant city life await.
Salta: Captivating city in the northwest of Argentina, known for its rich cultural heritage, colonial architecture, and stunning natural landscapes
Mendoza: Iconic wineries & scenic vistas.
Patagonia Lake District : Picturesque region known for its stunning landscapes, crystal-clear lakes, snow-capped mountains, and charming alpine villages.
Iguazú Falls: One of the most awe-inspiring natural wonders in the world, is a massive waterfall system located on the border between Argentina and Brazil.
Bariloche (San Carlos de Bariloche): Visit this picturesque town in the Andes known for its Swiss-style architecture, chocolate shops, and stunning Lake Nahuel Huapi.
Perito Moreno Glacier: One of the most spectacular natural wonders in Argentina and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Salta: Uncover the rich heritage of Salta Province, boasting charming towns and some of the world's highest vineyards. Including Cordillera de los Andes.
Mendoza: a 'Great Wine Capital,' for its contemporary art, art deco architecture, and of course, the birthplace of Malbec.
Patagonia Lake District: for a romantic and luxurious sailing adventure with jaw-dropping views of snow-capped volcanoes.
Indulge in a sensory journey at Alpasión Restaurant, offering a traditional Argentine menu by Chef Hector Ordenes. Experience the perfect blend of food and wine as you traverse the diverse culinary landscape from north to south.
Choose the best accommodation in Argentina for your Luxury Holidays and a Custom Itinerary. Elevate your stay with luxury accommodations, from eco-lodges surrounded by vineyards to high-end wine and spa hotels, including Luxury Hotel.
Immerse yourself in sumptuous amenities, spacious pools, and fine dining against the backdrop of Argentina's stunning landscapes.
Embark on a fully-customized Argentina wine tour with Wine Paths, covering renowned wine regions like Salta and Mendoza. Our exclusive tours ensure an unforgettable experience, blending luxury, culture, and the finest wines. Discover the allure of Argentina, Wine Paths-style, and let us inspire your next South American adventure.
*Argentina wine regions