Tarija wine and singani route

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Daily Tour

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20 people

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Enjoy a walk through the vineyards considered among the highest in the world, from 1,800 to 2,200 meters above sea level, where a landscape bathed in vines blends into the silhouette of the mountains. We visit 2 industrial wineries, where you will learn about the wine production process and the characteristics of high-altitude wines, then an artisanal winery where the very respectful time seems to have stopped, allowing us to appreciate an old adobe house and the traditional production of the wine “Patero” (artisanal).

Highlights

  • - Aranjuez Winery
  • - Casa Real Distillery
  • - El Origen farm
  • - Santa María de las Viñas chapel
  • - La Enramada Viewpoint
  • - Poet's corner site
  • - Hidden Lagoon
  • - Casa vieja astisanal winery

Aranjuez Winery

Aranjuez wines were born on March 31, 1976 by Engineer Milton Castellanos Espinoza and his wife Ana Hebe Vaca Guzmán. Today, Aranjuez wines are considered the best in the country. In the winery, the winemakers are in charge of provide us with information about the production process of the different types of wines, finally we move on to the favorite part of the visit, the tasting of a traditional white wine.

Casa Real Distillery

Since 1925 the Singani became the representative drink of Bolivia, as a green mantle you can observe the great harvests of the vine for the production of singanis, in the tour of its facilities you will learn about the process that is carried out to obtain the Singani and finally taste a Chuflay cocktail prepared based on the Singani.

El origen farm

The El Origen farm opens its doors to us to enjoy its wonderful view among the vine plantations and its attractions that make this place unique. In the wine shop, the aromas and flavours of the wines are the exquisite touch on the visit to the estate.

La Casa Vieja astisanal winery

La Casa Vieja has been producing wines since 1978 under the registered trademark of Doña Vita in honor of Victoria Quiroga. In the winery we will learn the history behind the production of Patero wine, which is differentiated by its sweetness and intense flavor that is very exquisite and pleasant to the palate.

  • - Private transportation
  • - Visit to 3 different wineries (2 industrial and 1 artisanal.
  • - Tasting of wine, fine varietal, Singani and artisanal wine (Patero)
  • - Pairing with cheeses, ham, grisines and other regional products.
  • - Visit to the Wine Shop (Only at the origin estate)
  • - Wine & Singani Tasting Lesson
  • - Vineyard tour
  • - Stop at the Angostura Canyon for pictures
  • - Specialized bi-lingual tour guide
  • - Lunch
  • - Tips
  • - Personal expenses

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  • Comfortable clothing
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Comfortable shoes

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