It’s back again. Expovinos, Bogota’s yearly wine festival that gives you the chance to taste hundreds of wines under one roof. Get up close and personal with wines from Spain, Argentina, Portugal, Chile, Uruguay, United States, Italy, France, and Australia.
And for Spanish speakers, there is a daily program to educate you about every aspect of wine. Learn about wine growing areas in Argentina, Chile, Italy, Spain, and Uruguay. Listen to experts talk about wines such as Lambrusco, Cabernet, Malbec, Carmenere, Vermouth, Shiraz. Talk with representatives of vineyards and vineyard organizations.
There will also be a wide selection of wines that you can purchase to drink on the premises or take home. Of course, with all that wine around, you’ll need to eat. There will be places to buy a bite, as well as food trucks with quick snacks like pizza, Mexican, German sausages, salads, wraps and hamburgers.
In addition to the wine tastings and restaurants, there will be live music and dance shows (unfortunately, we haven’t been able to find a program for these events). Here’s a limited map that shows you the layout of the buildings so you know how to get around.
1:30 – 9:30 pm
Carrera 37 No 24 – 67, Bogota
To get in: COP$20,000 per person.
If you want to go every day, get the four-day pass for COP$40,000.
The wine glass (to do the tastings) costs an additional COP$10,000
Buy tickets at the door (there may be a long line) or in advance at Tuboleta.
Have you been to Expovinos before? Do you have any tips about how to get the most of the event? Let us know in the comments below!