Category: Culinary Adventures
Pots, pans, and ingredients work harmoniously together in a perfect orchestration of ethnic inclusions that formulate Peru’s gastronomic flavors.
Chile is a wine superpower, the fifth largest exporter of wines in the world and the eighth largest producer. We try and test out different Chilean wines.
We’ve picked our favorite beers in Brazil, Argentina and Peru. While connoisseurs might find South American beers to be average, their virtue is their accessibility.
You will encounter two very popular drinks in Ecuador – canelazo and chicha. Visiting the high Andes, a warm drink such as these on a cold night hits the spot.
When you hear the name Costa Rica, you can’t help but think of coffee. Coffee and alchoholic Guaro are the national drinks of this Central America location.
Plotting a tropical beach getaway? Here are our facts and tips for navigating the icy, delicious, and refreshing options of a Brazilian drinks menu.
In Argentina Malbec, Fernet, and yerba mate are proud national emblems. High quality Argentine wines have rocketed to international prominence.
We’re happy to share a plan for how to put it all together into one fabulous South America wine tour package. Start in Chile and cross over to Argentina…
When you think of wine in Argentina, Mendoza springs immediately to mind. We introduce you to Salta, the new top producer of Argentina’s national drink.