Uncover honeymoon bliss amidst a plethora of award-winning wines, gourmet meals and enchanting vineyards. Argentina’s wine regions are the secluded sanctuary you’ve been waiting for. From lush vineyards and arid deserts to the high-altitude views of the mighty Andean mountains, this breath-taking scenery begs to be unearthed.
When to go
Begin your journey in the north of Argentina, spending time in the relaxed environment of the Salta province. Spend a day wandering the winding streets with your partner as you admire the town’s Spanish colonial architecture and its beautiful central plaza dotted with intimate cafes. Continue through the region where traditional cattle ranches and lush green pockets of vineyards are abundant. Explore the Quebrada de Humahuaca, a 14-colour rainbow of rock set amidst the mountains where wonderful views surround. Walking this colourful terrain with your partner is an experience you are unlikely to forget.
Grown throughout the region, the Torrontés grape is produced only in Argentina and is a true specialty. At almost 5,000 feet above sea level, the mountainous climate boasts sunshine-filled days and soothing Andean winds. Known for its robust flavour profile and sweet aromatic aroma, this dry wine is tributed to the arid soils in which it grows. Stay in an authentic ranch, within reach of a vast area of wineries. Spend your days roaming the surrounding pastures on foot or by horseback in complete privacy and indulge in romantic meals prepared by local chefs, paired with award-winning local wines.
Embark on a spectacular road trip south to the quaint town of Cafayate. Take your time to explore the region as you pass canyons, ravines and natural monuments. Find a secluded and romantic spot for an intimate picnic and immerse yourselves in the scenic beauty of this area. Cafayate plays host to towering red rock formations, 19th century cathedrals and wine-making museums. For a unique experience, a visit to Finca La Primavera will allow you to get a closer look at the Torrontés sparkling wine process, by the ancient Champenoise method. With private chefs and specialist sommeliers on hand to create the perfect pairings, take part in a traditional Argentinean asado for a magical and romantic night beneath the stars and a true insight into Argentine cuisine.
Continue your journey south to the Mendoza region where rugged mountains create a spectacular setting. Dominating much of the country’s wine production, Mendoza hosts a number of Argentina’s most highly reputed wineries. Venture to the Uco Valley, a fertile region home to many boutique wineries and private vineyards. that you and your partner can explore. Uncover their unique tales and learn the art of the subtle blends that are created here. Craft your own custom blend for a lasting treat that can be savoured on many anniversaries to come. Discover this magical landscape on horseback before arriving at a remote location for an intimate private dining experience prepared for you by Pelorus.
As a special end to your honeymoon, we invite you to indulge in a true Argentine feast. Prepared by one of the countries most celebrated chefs, Francis Mallman’s work is internationally acclaimed. A pleasure to watch, Francis has spent years honing his open-flame cooking techniques, priding himself on the use of authentic and locally sourced ingredients. Under the starlit sky, with the warmth of a crackling fire, this is an idyllic experience to end your memorable trip.
* Prices depend on level of experiences and accommodation.
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