Aires cuisine takes on the world.
Buenos Aires has the most important cuisine in
Latin America, with a vast repertoire of
dishes with European and Latin American
On all of our tours you will discover
the local culture through its gastronomy
and fine wines. You will enjoy fine dining
in exceptional restaurants, visit the most
fashionable places in cosmopolitan Buenos
Aires and discover traditional restaurants
only the locals know about.
The best way to experience Argentina’s
cuisine is through a culinary tour. This
experience will provide you with the memorable
opportunity to dine at exquisite restaurants
learn to shop at local markets and immerse
yourself into the tasty culture. You will
return home not only with amazing photographs,
but also with skills to delight and dazzle
your friends and family.
Learn how to cook typical Argentine
a small private cooking school in Buenos
Aires. You will cook under the guidance
of an enthusiastic chef who shares her cuisine
secrets of typical Argentinean dishes and its
relation to its culture; the cooking class
uses traditional products from the specific
Each class has a duration of 2 hours and it
is followed by either lunch or dinner based
on the lesson’s subject.
Enjoy the delicate flavour of the best signature
wines of Argentina, most of which were awarded
as the best ones in the world. Torrontes wine
from Cafayate Valley; sparkling Torrontes from
the Famatina valley, La
Rioja; Malbec from
Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza and Merlot from Patagonia.
Optional: Dinner in Wine Bar or gourmet restaurant
where typical dishes from different regions
are carefully prepared.
Discover and indulge in the pleasures
of these enchanting regions with our new
online booking service, unique destinations,
vineyards garden tours, cooking courses,
wine and gourmet
museums and biking tours. We will also
be glad to help you with custom-tailored
tours, transportation, guides, interpreters
and information about Mendoza and Salta wine regions.
* Wine Tasting in Mendoza
A trip to Mendoza wouldn’t be complete without
at least one wine tasting adventure.
This tour takes you to the very heart of Mendoza,
where vineyards and celebrated wineries open
their gates to reveal the secrets of wine making
and the contents of their cellars. We will
guide you to visit the wine cellars, watch
a genuine winery at work, and taste the final
product in superb surroundings of Mendoza.
You will savour the best Malbec wines, accompanied
by the typical appetizers such as cheeses,
prosciutto, extra-virgin olive oil, all made
right on the premises.
You will also have an occasion to visit the
local agricultural produce shop and stock up
on the best wines and foods that have won over
your heart and stomach.
Optional: Enjoy a very exclusive lunch in
the laid-back atmosphere of a special Winery.
Premium Wineries: La Bourgogne restaurant at
Vistalba Carlos Pulenta, Club Tapiz: Terruño
restaurant, Benegas, and more top restaurants
Enjoy being guided by a wine maker, to taste
wines and visit the most prestigious wineries
Early in the morning you will meet the oenologist
who will accompany you throughout the tour.
You will depart to Mendoza’s agricultural oasis
and visit two prestigious wineries, of wine’s
circuit; you will visit its facilities and
you will be able to participate in a guided
wine tasting, during which we will begin to
familiarize yourselves with the local’s wines,
and its elaboration process.
The sommelier will explain you the wine production
techniques, the importance of the cork in the
bottle and the correct way to handle a glass
in order to taste wine.
At noon you will have lunch in a recognized
winery, where we will enjoy a memorable gastronomic
experience. In the afternoon you will be able
to visit other winery and enjoy a wine tasting
As the sun sets behind the Andes Mountains,
you will return to the hotel.
Optional Visits to Wineries in the
Center Region - Lujan de Cuyo and Maipú:
Maipú: La Rural, Tempus Alba, Carina E, Viña el Cerno, López,
Reyter, Tapaus, Navarro Correas, Benegas.
Lujan de Cuyo: Achaval Ferrer, Tapiz, Catena Zapata, Alta
Vista, Nieto Senetiner, Cavas de Weinert, Luigi Bosca, Lagarde, Carlos Pulenta
-Vistalba, Chandon, Norton, Finca Decero, El Lagar de Carmelo Patti, Séptima,
Viniterra, Dolium, Clos de Chacras, Sottano, Melipal, Finca Flichman.
Our cooking lessons allow you to immerse yourself
in the culture and lifestyle of Mendoza ( the
wine country of Argentina) and learn to cook
authentic Argentine dishes in an informal and
friendly environment. You will learn the passion
of the Argentine kitchen and, most importantly,
have a lot of fun and enjoyment doing it.
Salta is the next most important destination
for the serious wine aficionado.
Wine Tours: A tour along altitude wineries
The Cafayate wine region of Argentina is the
kingdom of the white emblematic Argentine varietal:
The Torrontes. In this area, grapes grow at altitudes
between 1,600 meters (5,500 feet) and 3,128 meters
(10,264 feet). Given 350 days of intense sunlight
and temperatures ranging from 100 degrees F in
the daytime down to 50 at night, the vines produce
fruit that is highly aromatic and flavourful.
Salta Wine Tours: Calcaquí Valleys and Cafayate
Following the Wine Route through the Calchaquí
Valleys, you will appreciate an interesting opening
of the winemaking market onto the world of winery
tourism, which lets you understand the process
of growing premium wines. As you tour around
the Wine Route in the Calchaquí Valleys, you
will visit El Esteco winery, Yacochuya famed
winery and learn about their renowned wines.
This high-altitude region turns out distinctive
wines in scenic settings, perfect for a leisurely
wine tour. The adventure is well worth the trip as the route is filled with majestic views of
nature including foliage, mountain peaks, and
sandy valleys glimmering like diamonds from the
sun's reflection on the mica.
Optional: Wine Tasting Lunch: Treat yourself
to the uniquely meals and some of the most exclusive
wines within the historic family-owned winery
that has been producing the best wines of Salta
us for an all inclusive fun filled culinary tour of Argentina in the Andean Mountains. Not just
any culinary vacation, it is a journey into the
fascinating world of Patagonia. Valleys with
fine fruit, hops, aromatic herbs and wild mushrooms,
amidst a string of lakes each one bettering the
beauty of the others. The valleys stand as the
perfect setting for you to take up or practice
the art of exploring the Northern Patagonia landscape,
get to know it and be gradually moved by its
This trip includes cultural excursions, cooking
demonstrations, tastings, hands on instruction,
and best of all, great food and fine wine. We
will also address areas of modern homesteading
of interest to chefs, including milking, chicken
raising, bread making, cheese and yogurt making,
organic gardening, butchering and food storage.
The seven day trip features six nights in luxury
accommodations in northern Patagonia and fun
extras such as horse riding and fly fishing.