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Visit a hidden wine cellar for a 3-hour tasting in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Learn about Argentina's grapes and winemaking from your expert guide while snacking on 'picada,' Argentine hor d'oeuvres, with your small group limited to 12 people. Sample wines, including malbecs and other varietals, in a tasting customized by the sommelier. Move on to a local bar to try fernet, one of Argentina's favorite drinks.

Highlights

  • 3-hour walking wine tour in Palermo Hollywood
  • Steal into a secret wine cellar for a tasting session paired with picada, Argentine finger foods
  • Learn the history of malbec wine and other popular varietals grown in Argentina from a sommelier and expert guide
  • Soak up the ambiance of one of Buenos Aires’ coolest and most unique cafés
  • Welcome glass of malbec wine, approx 5 wine tastings and tapas
  • Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a memorable experience

What You Can Expect

Malbec Wine Tour in Palermo

Enjoy a wine tasting session at a hidden wine cellar

Meet your guide at an art gallery in trendy Palermo Hollywood and kick off this 3-hour walking tour with a glass of local malbec. Learn about this deep-hued, spicy varietal that originated in the French Bordeaux region but thrives in Argentina's vineyards. 

Follow your guide to a hidden wine cellar, where the sommelier will teach your intimate group about the viniculture of Argentina. Taste five different wines while hearing about the cultivation, harvesting, processing and bottling of malbec and other local varietals. Sample a typical picada, Argentina's version of tapas, which includes bread, olives, meat and cheese. Wine selections depend on your group's tastes and what is available that day.

Move on to one of Palermo's most popular local bars to taste fernet. This bitter aromatic spirit is often served as a digestif and is immensely popular among Argentines. End your tour here, where you are free to linger or head out to explore the neighborhood on your own.

Customer Reviews

Andrea F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

My friend and I had an excellent time with Lucy exploring the art galleries and tasting some amazing wine in Palermo. I can't say enough about how much Lucy and the shop owners taught us about Buenos Aires and the culture and the wines of course. We even went back to the wine shop a couple days later to try some more amazing wines. It's a really laid back tour with some genuinely kind people. I learned a LOT about the wines of Argentina as well. highly recommend!!!!

AG-NC USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

An amazing night with completely different stops: a small neighborhood art gallery, a pizza-type place and a trendy bohemian, neighborhood wine bar.... all tucked in thriving Palermo.

The wine is flowing non-stop and it's all interesting, small Argentine producers.

It might be worth having a snack before this tour again, it's practically open bar and the last stop has an unbelievable cheese plate. I've taken wine tours all over the world and this spot must have an expert cheese monger or something because it was top quality. They bake their own breads too.

Outstanding guide who looked after us and made sure we had fun while also teaching us about the area.

Really a fantastic tour!

Kerrie R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Our favourite tour during our trip to South America. We saw soon lovely sites, tasted great wine and meet some interesting people. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. I would highly recommend this tour.

Douglas C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

We had great time with Luciana ?. She was very fun and excited about Buenos Aires culture, and she took us to some cool places where we met and tried wine with interesting people. One of those places was an art gallery with many Argentine artists on display. We actually bought a piece from one of them for our little girl. We drank some nice wine, including a Torrontes, a blanc de Malbec, and some other red, perhaps a classic Malbec, followed by a glass of Fernet and Coke at a rooftop bar. It was fun, and we had a hell of a buzz going into dinner.

Take this tour!

Susan C

4 star rating: Recommended November 2016

I forget our tour guides name, but she was lovely and really smart. The wines were tasty, and Palermo is a great neighborhood.

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