Wine lovers – you can now book your wine-related honeymoon to South America!
Oenophiles (i.e. lovers of great wines) looking to plan a unique honeymoon – listen up! If you are in the market for a truly great honeymoon destination that centers around an awesome wine tasting and culinary experience, you may want to consider a journey to South America.
Both Chile and Argentina have spectacular landscapes coupled with highly superior hospitality services to indulge your every whim. There’s fantastic weather, stunning and diverse scenery to be enjoyed on a year round basis, rich wines (of course!) and many lovely properties to choose from.
Cavas Wine Lodge, located in Mendoza, Argentina, was built right in the middle of a vineyard outside the city Cava. Impeccable treatment and sweeping views of the Andes not only make you fall in love Argentina, they’ll make you wish that you never had to leave.
A true slice of Shangri-La, their sleek modern cabaña décor comes complete with its own private fireplace, terrace, splash pool and plenty of spacious room for your honeymoon relaxation. Have you ever heard of a wine soak?
Well if not, you can unwind in the Cavas Wine Lodge spa with your very first one. Want to get your hands dirty with something a even more interactive?
Roll up your sleeves during harvest time to help pick grapes – and be a part of the actual fruits of your labor! Hungry? Their restaurant’s reputation is well known for standout pastas and salads. Cavas Wine Lodge offers a perfect wine lover’s honeymoon experience.
You can also combine a coastal honeymoon excursion with your fondness of wine in Chile’s San Antonio Valley, the county’s smallest wine appellation. Its proximity to the Pacific Ocean allows for a cooler climate that produces high-quality varietals like Pinot Noir along with an abundance of aromatic white wines as well.
Miles of eucalyptus and native pines growing upon rolling hills gradually reveal the area’s vineyards, and you may be able to catch a glimpse of the adorable alpacas that peacefully graze along a serene, rustic country setting. Sounds nice, doesn’t it?
A resident sommelier will also arrange a private vineyard and winery tour, to be followed by a professional-style tasting of selected premium wines accompanied by homemade sheep’s milk cheese.
You really can’t beat the personalized experience that you get with a wine-related honeymoon. Need more affirmation that Chile is a great place to see? Check out EatWineBlog.com’s Top Ten Reasons We Love Chile for more about it today.
Interested? Just visit Liz Caskey Culinary and Wine Experiences to arrange an itinerary that’s right for you. They specialize in these South American wine excursions and many more.
The South American countryside is one of the places to be for a honeymoon; its setting can be luxurious, exotic and still just a quick flight from many major US cities.