Argentines are passionate about their beef. Let us arrange lunch at Don Julio; one of Buenos Aires best parillas (steakhouses) for an incredible steak. Sophisticated Buenos Aires also has its share of fine dining restaurants, like Aramburu, an Argentinian tasting menu experience that blends local flavour with inventive techniques.
A tour of the vineyards is a must, and Mendoza is particularly picturesque. Stay at Casa de Uco in the Andean foothills, where you can explore the wine area on horseback, by foot, or on a bike. Wine tastings from local vineyards are hosted by the in house sommelier, and you can also participate in cooking classes taught by the award winning kitchen staff.
The estancias - Argentina’s sheep and cattle estates - enable you to get close to the origins of your food. You can ride out with the gauchos by day, and come nightfall sit around the kitchen table feasting on the finest Argentinian beef. As many of the estancias have extensive cellars, you’ll be able to discover the perfect pairing of food and wine.