Anuva Wines: Wine Tasting In Buenos Aires

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Recently moving into a new private loft in Palermo Soho, The Anuva Wine tasting is a perfect way to sample the many amazing wines that has made Argentina one of the most popular wine producers in the world.

Accommodating anywhere from 8 to 50 people per wine tasting, guests enjoy a wide selection of Argentine wines accompanied by a selected food pairing. The food pairings change from event to event depending on which wines are offered.

5 limited production wines from boutique Argentine wineries are paired with locally produced tapas especially prepared to bring out the flavors of the wine. Each wine is unique, originating from a different vineyard and region of Argentina. Both whites and reds are offered at each tasting, but specific all red tastings can be requested ahead of time.

Specifically designed for English speakers, the event host guides participants through the details of each wine and their wineries, as well has an overview the Argentine wine industry. Depending on the guests, the event can be as structured or unstructured as desired. Some groups come to just relax and try great wine, while others are interested in a detailed explanation of each wine and food pairing.

The event lasts around 1 and a half to 2 hours depending on the size of the group and the amount of questions and discussion with the host. At the end of the tasting, guests have the option of purchasing the wines they tasted on site and guests from the United States have the option of shipping the wines back home.

Tastings are offered on Monday – Thursday at 3pm and 6pm and Friday – Saturday at 2pm and 5pm. The cost is US$ 52 dollars per person and is by reservation only. Reservations can be made on the Anuva Wines website. The specific address in Palermo Soho is provided after the reservation is made.

One Comment on ““Anuva Wines: Wine Tasting In Buenos Aires”

  1. Harry

    Sounds like it would be a great experience! On the Anuva site it looks like its bumped up to $52 pp. Any other recommendations that might be a little easier on the wallet?

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