Eric and Lee Miller of Chaddsford Winery: Wine Tourism Recommendations

Work with a knowledgeable company experienced with wine tourism in the region you are visiting. The Millers planned their wine tours with Santiago Adventures ( and with local Pennsylvania wine consultant Herb Engelbert of Tastevin Group (

• To appreciate the wines fully, pair them with foods from local markets and from restaurants that specialize in regional fare.

• When you first arrive in a new city, take a taxi drive with a local driver and ask him to direct you to activities and places that interest you, including wine bars and farmers’ markets.

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• Stay in a centrally located place from which you can fan out for day trips to wineries in different locales.

• In areas with dirt roads and few signs, hire a driver.

• Do not depend on a GPS because they often are unreliable in the Argentine and Chilean countryside.

• Google maps and maps of the wine regions are helpful in pre-planning day-trip routes.

• In many regions, public buses are excellent modes of transportation from one city to another.

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