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Why Visit Patagonia?

Visiting Patagonia for many is a dream come true. This large and breathtaking region spreads across two South American countries - Argentina and Chile. The majestic Andes Mountains acts as a natural border between these two picturesque countries. If you’re lucky enough to embark on any wine travel adventures in Southern Patagonia, prepare to be completely blown away by the entrancing landscapes of deserts, rich grasslands, glacial fjords and the ancient Valvadian temperate rainforest.

Patagonia in Argentina alone is massive. It consists of 5 provinces such as Chubut, Río Negro, Tierra del Fuego, Neuquén and Santa Cruz. Aside from Argentina’s popular Los Glaciares National Park, dramatic landscapes and wildlife, Patagonia is also one of Argentina’s wine growing regions with its viticultural zone spanning up to 300 km. Produced here are impeccable varieties of wine including the likes of Pinot Noir, Merlot, Malbec, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc. 

When it comes to the food and wines of Patagonia you will be in for a treat as you tuck into flavour-driven cuisine such as asado (mixed grill), trucha (trout) or of course milanesa (breaded and fried meat). Everything cooked in Patagonia is made with love, care and passion, and pairs well with many of the elegant red and white wines of the region. Book your wine holidays to Patagonia - you'll see for yourself just how much there is to be explored.

Plan Your Visit

Best Known Grapes

There are quite a few grape varieties growing in Patagonia and some of the most popular are Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay,  Syrah, Semillon, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Bonarda.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Patagonia is between the spring months of October through November  and the summer months of December, January and February . Visitors during this time can expect glorious temperatures exploring the picturesque vineyards. 
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How long to stay

Patagonia is huge . It is the equivalent to two-thirds the size of Alaska! If you're in Patagonia, we recommend staying  a week and booking half-day/full-day tours that will show you around the stunning landscapes.  If you would like to see the many beautiful lakes, impeccable mountains and dig into some great food, book the Full-Day Bariloche Lakes, Mountains and Food Tour. You'll have the chance to cross the bridge over to the Limay River, located at the border between Rio Negro and Neuquén Provinces - provinces known for some of the best Argentine wineries. 
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How to get there

If Patagonia is your final destination, you'll want to fly into  Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) and connect there to go to your specific Patagonian location. You can also choose to fly into Punta Arenas Airport (PUQ) in Chile which serves as Chilean Patagonia's primary airport. 
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