Chile and Argentina Wine Tour by aliciamillie


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									Chile and Argentina Wine Tour
The Chilean wine industry is now booming. Over the last
decade in particular, huge investment has been made
in this country's wine industry, with the most modern wine
making practices being adopted. Some of this is thanks
to foreign investment which has either purchased land
in Chile and set up operations there, or collaborated in
partnerships with Chilean wine houses. Wine tours in
Chile are a wonderful way to get out stunning wineries.
They allow you to have fun tasting the beautiful whites
and reds while your guide gets you where you need to
be safely and without stress. On your average wine tour,
your guide will know enough about wine to get by but
he'll leave the hard stuff to the professionals. In fact, in
most cases he'll drop you at the cellar door and let you
fend for yourself. But Fine Wine Tours isn't your average
wine tour.
Wine has been booming in the last few years as the
key focus of social events, gifts, and travel. Explore the
many regions of Chile, from the beauty of the country's
lakes and glaciers to the cultural capital; there is no
shortage of activities and destinations for your trip to
Chile. Find the best of Chile in its three districts, the
capital, lake, and Patagonia regions.
Searching for a cultured and relaxing way to visit a
country, a Chile wine tours is an excellent option.
Unfortunately, few places in the world offer growing
conditions suitable to sustain a wine industry extensive
enough that you can tour.
Chile is such a long country that sometimes it is a good
idea to break your Chile vacation down geographically.
Here are some places you might want to consider visiting
during your tours in Chile. All of the places are in northern
Chile, which for the purposes of this article means
Santiago and up. One of the highlights of any trip to
Chile, the northern region, covered by the arid Atacama
desert, is home to plethora of wonderful natural
One of the top destinations in this region is the secluded
town of San Pedro Atacama. This small village, once the seat
of the Atacama culture, has become the main gateway to
some of the best attractions in the desert. With a variety of
accommodations, restaurants, tours, available, the town
offers great opportunities to discover the treasures of the
Atacama, and has managed to retain some of its quaint
charm despite the flocks of tourists.
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