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An award for tourism

La red mundial Great Wine Capitals, que nuclea los terruños vitivinícolas más prestigiosos del mundo, nominó a Luigi Bosca en el concurso Best of Wine Tourism por su propuesta turística.The global network Great Wine Capitals, which gathers the most prestigious wine-making terroirs in the world, has nominated Luigi Bosca for the contest Best of Wine Tourism due to its touristic offer.

"Bodega Luigi Bosca fue nominada en las categorías Arquitectura por el Visitor Center y en Gastronomía por los almuerzos y cenas en Finca El Paraíso."

Great Wine Capitals (GWC) is a global network of cities that share economical and cultural values due to the fact that they are internationally acclaimed wine-making regions. It is the only organization that includes terroirs from both the Old and New World, and its goal is to promote tourism, culture and commercial exchange among different cities and countries. The province of Mendoza is part of the network along with Bilbao-Rioja (Spain), Valparaíso-Casablanca Valley (Chile), Napa Valley-San Francisco (United States), Burdeos (France), Cape Town-Cape Winelands (South Africa), Mainz-Rheinhessen (Germany) and Porto (Portugal).

Year after year, as part of the Annual Assembly of GWC, the contest Best of Wine Tourism takes place, which awards the wineries of each member city that has stood out in different categories: Lodging, Gastronomy, Sustainable practices, Architecture, Parks and gardens, Art and culture, Innovative experiences and Services related to wine tourism.

In the 2015 edition of the contest, Bodega Luigi Bosca was nominated in the categories Architecture, for the Visitor Center, and Gastronomy, due to the lunches and dinners in Finca El Paraíso, which shows, one again, that it has one the most attractive touristic offers in Argentina.

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