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If you’ve ever wondered how you can balance wellbeing with wine, this new series of events in Mendoza could be the answer. ‘Yoga por los Caminos del Vino’ (Yoga on the wine route) is in its second season with two months of outdoor yoga sessions taking place in wineries in Mendoza from 10 March through 4 May.

 

If you ever wanted to be a spy like Sherlock Holmes or at least just pretend to be one, then there is one spot in Mainz and Rheinhessen you must not miss! The Domhof winery in Guntersblum is just the perfect place to set the setting of Holmes‘ 19th century. In fact parts of the winery even date back to the 12th century: http://www.weingut-domhof.de/erleben

The Harvest Festival 2019, develops an intense calendar with tourist-cultural activities that include district harvest festivals and folk festivals that start at the beginning of the year and finish the first days of March in the city of Mendoza with the central act of the National Harvest Festival.

Only 40 minutes separate Viña del Mar from Casablanca, halfway between Santiago and the coast, so for some it is just a stop on the way. However, Casablanca Valley can be transformed into an unforgettable destination to live a wine experience in family.

Mendoza is a hub of exciting Argentine gastronomy with some excellent chefs creating unique menus in wineries and restaurants around the wine region. Pablo del Rio, Pablo Raena, Matías Aldasoro, Nadia Heron and Vanina Chimeno are all top chefs to look out for and reserve a spot in one of their restaurants on your visit to Mendoza.

 

If there were, however, just one chef to visit in Mendoza, it would likely be Lucas Bustos: a busy entrepreneurial chef who serves up fine dining in three notable wineries in Mendoza as well as consulting for a distillery and other restaurants.

 

Portugal has a huge tradition in gastronomy / cuisine and has a largest and richest cookbook in the world. Along with various products, from the sea to land, from the coast to inland, whose quality is already recognized internationally...Wines are another passion of Chef Álvaro Costa, and the immense possibilities of pairing it with traditional cuisine, especially appreciating its great versatility.

When culinary art meets Italian passion the result is a unique unforgettable experience.

When the name of your gastrobar is Wine Fandango and your logo is a ‘porrón’ (an old time wine bottle), it’s no surprise that here things are done in a different way.

Restaurant owners are constantly looking for innovation and excellence in order to be able to offer their guests new gourmet experiences. The renowned French gastronomy guide Gault&Millau (GM) awards the best chefs for the quality and originality of their cuisine.

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