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Thinking about good wine, is thinking about the province of Mendoza. But as good Argentines, we must know that there are other provinces that offer their best vineyards. San Juan, La Rioja and Cordoba! are some of the options. You didn't expect it, did you? Córdoba has a wine path that invites you to know new experiences from your taste buds. The most famous and popular vineyard area is Colonia Caroya. That is why, here we set up a small route with a wide variety of wineries and artisanal producers to visit.
The Cordovan stereotype consists only of peperina, alfajores and fernet. But no. A new attraction is added to the cultural and productive diversity of Cordoba. The wine. With its wineries, varietals and vineyards. Wine tourism came to the Sierras to stay, and set a trend.
Historians tell that it was in the province of Córdoba that Spanish colonizers produced the first American wine . And that this was served in the Spanish Court back in the seventeenth century. So it was discovered the richness and the special thing about good wine. And a wine-growing tradition was consolidated. After that event, other times of high production came from the hand of Italian immigrants, especially from the Friulan region. And by the nineteenth and late twentieth century , the Colonia Caroya region was consolidated as mainly winegrower. So many wineries settled in this area of Córdoba, to offer their delicious artisanal products.
Traditions were also installed that today are celebrated with a lot of emotion. The National Grape Sagra , the Provincial Harvest Festival and the National Fruit Horticulture Festival are some examples. With white and red wines from different productions, Colonia Caroya invites you to travel its Wine Way. On this route you can taste excellent quality wines, accompanied by artisanal delights such as cheeses and salames. Here we leave you a couple of wineries and producers that provide the best of their productions to their visitors. Even some have museums!
La Caroyense (Winery)
Av. Saint Martin 2281,
Tel. (03525) 466270/370.
Santos Nóbile (N) esq. 40th Street,
Tel. (03525) 466202/03.
Maximiliano D'Olivo esq. 96th Street,
Tel. (03525) 463501 and 466142.
Public Street/N (Road to Fader Museum),
Tel. (03521) 423282.
Aurelio (Artisan Producer)
Lot 37 “C”, Calle 68 and 40 — Colonia Caroya
03525- 15405258/ 469024
Vittorio Papalini (Artisan Producer)
Calle 144 S/N between 18th and 22nd streets
0351 152 763 647
El Bosque (Artisan Producer)
Street 60 North No. 250
Riulat (Artisan Producer)
Street 60 and 136
Publication Date: 17/06/2020
Hola! Muy bueno recordar a la Córdoba vitivinífcola. Algunas críticas constructivas al artículo: hay otras zonas dentro de los camjnks del vino, muy concurridas y super interesantes también. Por otro lado, bodega Nanini ya no existe más, y en su lugar se sstableció bodega Terra Camiare, una joya en el circuito vitivinícola de Córdoba. Si necesitan mas info sobre enoturismo en Córdoba, pueden consultar en www.cordobawinetravel.com.ar Saludos!
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