A walk in the vineyard in Mendoza | A travel chronicle

What is most important for the quality of a wine? Healthy, fine grapes would be the most common answer nowadays. And therefore we think it is important to get a look at the vineyard when visiting a winery. Not only the cellar with steel tanks, concrete tanks and oak barrels. No, a walk in the vineyard to get to know the work with the soil and the vines is vital.

Britt has been walking in a lot of vineyards. On BKWine’s Travel Blog she tells the story about interesting things she learned walking in the vineyards in Mendoza in Argentina in February.

There will be a new wine and food tour to Argentina, and Chile, in February next year. It is time to book now if you want to join us in exploring the South American vineyards.

Grape bunches on vines in pergola ready for harvest at Zuccardi in Mendoza, Argentina

Grape bunches on vines in pergola ready for harvest at Zuccardi in Mendoza, Argentina, copyright BKWine Photography

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