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Can you arrange private wine-tasting tours?
Absolutely. We recommend spending a night or two in San Francisco, and then heading north through the beautiful Sonoma Valley Wine Country. Your Brownell advisor can arrange for tours of some vineyards that are totally closed to the public.
What is the food like?
Argentine beef and wine are the two musts when visiting Argentina. Breakfast is usually served until 10:00am while lunch usually runs from 12:30-3pm (most locals eat around 1 or 1:30). Dinner is from 8:30-midnight, and locals dine from 9pm until as late 11pm. Several restaurants stay open all night, catering to the after-theater and night-club crowd.
Are there wineries on the East Coast?
While the better known vineyards in the U.S. are on the West Coast, the Eastern U.S. has some lovely vineyards, easily accessible from several major cities. The Virginia Wine Trail Tour is a great place to start. The best time to visit is September. There are also a handful of wonderful wineries in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania that your Brownell advisor can help you book.