The Sheraton Hotel in the city of Mendoza will host the second edition of the "Alta Gama," a tasting of Mendoza's fine wines, from April 22 through 24. Over 45 wineries will be represented, including some of Mendoza's finest-Bressia, Daniel Pi 314, Viña Cobos, Mendel, Monteviejo Matias Riccitelli, among others. The wineries will offer their most prominent labels, including a broad selection of Malbec. The wines have been mostly selected by Enrique Chrabolowsky, editor of Wine & Spirits magazine Cuisine & Vins.
Seating is limited, so tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the front desk of the Sheraton Mendoza Hotel, starting April 1. If you are interested in additional information, call 261-441-5500 or email reservas.mendoza @ sheraton.com. You can also find more information at www.facebook.com/ AltaGamaBySheraton.
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