Argentina’s National Harvest Day returns to Mendoza wine region

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Live performances will also be held at the Frank Romero Day Greek Amphitheater in General San Martín Park in Mendoza each evening from March 7-9, 2022. The main performance of the show titled “Blue Symphony for the New Wine” will feature more than a thousand artists on stage. Many other artists from all over the province of Mendoza and throughout Argentina will also perform for three nights, including argentina legendary rock pianist Fito Páez and the Mendoza Philharmonic Orchestra. Ticket prices for the show on March 7 ranging from 200 to ARS 600 (on $2 at $6). For broadcasts on 8 March and 9, the tickets are ARS 180 (on $1.75). Tickets will go on sale in early March at various locations in the city of Mendoza or can be reserved online at www.entradaweb.com.ar. The shows will also be streamed live at https://festivalvillamaria.com/festivales-y-fiestas/fiesta-vendimia-mendoza/en-vivo/online

Wine tourism

Argentina is the fifth largest wine producer in the world and Mendoza is argentina largest wine-producing province, accounting for over 70% of the country’s total wine production. Some of the best Mendoza wine labels are highly regarded around the world and are true ambassadors of the quality and distinction of Argentine wines.

A die Great Wine CapitalsMendoza is located in the west Argentinaat the foot of the Andes, 1h30 flight from Buenos Aires.

The Mendoza Wine Route allows wine lovers to visit more than 130 wineries in the region open to visitors – from wineries specializing in small, artisanal productions to some of the argentina the largest and best-known wineries – as well as museums, tasting rooms, mansions and ranches. Rigorous health and safety protocols have been implemented throughout Mendoza to ensure the safety of all visitors.

Argentina is world famous for its Malbec, but Mendoza also produces a wide range of other red and white wine varietals including Bonarda, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah in reds as well as Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Torrontés for white wines.

Additional information on travel to Argentina and in Mendoza is available at: www.argentina.travel

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INPROTUR, argentina The National Institute for the Promotion of Tourism, also known as Visit Argentina, is a public-private entity responsible for promoting international travel to Argentina and for positioning Argentina as a global tourist destination. INPROTUR develops and executes promotional action plans in different global markets, and conducts research and analysis of travel trends and market behavior in different source markets to position Argentina as a destination of choice in these markets.

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