30x60 Adventure Series announces their 2005 itinerary programs "Wine Tours of the Andes" at the Argentine Republic General Consulate office in New York City. Where & When Argentine Republic General Consul 12w 56th Street New York, NY 10019 October 14th, 2004 5:00PM - 8:00PM

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Representatives from various wineries and hotels of Mendoza Argentina will participate in the presentation highlighting Argentine wines and the Andean region of Mendoza. A highlight of the event will be the Dolium Winery that has just recently received a top prize for their "Gran Reserva" 2000 recently announced in the Washington Post.

Travel agents are invited to the presentation of our "Wines of the Andes" tour programs on October 14th 2004.

There will be a detailed presentation by the representatives of the wineries and Aymara Wine Tours in Mendoza Argentina.

Itineraries and programs can be reviewed at our website were Travel Agents are encouraged to register through the email registration link.

A lucky participant will win a trip for two on our Itinerary A program with round trip airfare provided by Aerolineas Argentinas. The Program consists of; Itinerary A: Tour staying at Hotels –4 days, 3 nights

Day 1: Morning arrival and reception at the airport and transfer to hotel where we will meet the oenologist who will accompany us throughout the tour. At noon we will have lunch in a typical restaurant during which we will begin to familiarize ourselves with the local wines. After lunch and after enjoying a traditional siesta (nap) we will take a city tour during which we will try to immerse ourselves in the local culture, a key aspect in understanding the wine production process. Our tour will end with an introductory lecture lasting about two hours, in which our oenologist will explain the technique of wine tasting and will introduce us to the world of wine, wine production techniques, the importance of the cork and the correct way to handle a glass in order to taste wine. After the lecture, optional dinner with guided wine tasting. Return to hotel.

Day 2: After breakfast we depart for the fertile Mendoza oasis where we will visit the Rural and López wineries. We shall have lunch at the Agricola, Family Zuccardi winery where we will enjoy a selection of delicious Argentinean meat (goat, veal, pork and lamb) accompanied by house wines and folk music. After lunch we will visit the Viniterra winery. As the sun sets behind the Andes Mountains, we return to the hotel. Optional dinner in the Wine Bar with guided wine tasting.

Day 3: After breakfast we depart to visit the Nieto Sentiner and Viña Amalia wineries. Return to the city. Afternoon at leisure. Optional suggested afternoon programmes.

Visit the Fabre Montmayou and Doliom wineries (or others of interest) Excursion to Villavicencio (mineral water spa)

Thermal water bath at the Cacheuta Hotel

In the evening we will enjoy a farewell dinner at the well known 1884 Restaurant owned by the famous international chief Francis Mallmann or at Azafran Almacén de exquisiteces Restaurant.

Day 4: After breakfast, hotel checkout and transfer to airport end of our services Mendoza – Argentina

The Presentations Schedules is as follows:

5:00PM registration with Tour presentation beginning at 5:30 PM a small reception will follow with Empanadas and Wines from the presenting wineries. Be sure not to miss this event!

30x60 Adventure Series, is a tour operator organizing Argentina adventure travel we provide you with complete itineraries from classic FIT stays to truly exciting and unique opportunities going beyond the Ordinary. We encourage you to explore all of our regular scheduled departure tours or individual itineraries. We pride ourselves in providing the highest possible customer service and attention to detail.

What you’ll find with us:

·Argentina F.I.T. Packages

·Estancia Tours

·Fishing – Hunting expeditions


·Juvenile Soccer Programs

·Mountaineering “Aconcagua”

·Patagonian Expeditions

·Rafting – Cycling – Trekking

· Wine – Culinary Tours

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