Saint John’s Eve – June 24th


Do you want to live a unique afternoon celebrating the traditional Saint John’s Eve in Bodega Garzón?

You will be able to enjoy a unique experience touring with a tour aroung our vineyard, enjoying the landscape in a carriage, learning about the terroir, visiting the winery and knowing more about the production process while you taste 1 of our Estate wine. Your experience continues with a bonfire on our panoramic terrace tasting of 1 Reserve wine and 1 typical warm wine.


  • The experience will begin with a visit to the vineayrds in a carriage pulled by tractor.
  • Followed by a guided tour of the winery explaining the different processes of our product development.
  • 1 Estate wine tasting.
  • Bonfire in our panoramic terrace and tasting of 1 Reserva wine and 1 typical warm wine.

Please note

  • Starting time: 4:00 pm.
  • Cost per person: $ 1,600.
  • Reserve: 24 hours in advance at least.
  • Property: Bodega Garzón.
  • Duration: 2 hours and a half.
  • Visit to the vineyard and bonfire are subject to climatic conditions.
  • Ask for lunch options prior to activity in the restaurant.
  • Ask for transfer option.

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Last review of Garzón Experiences

“An A+ Experience of an Olive Ranch with Olive Oil and Wine Tasting” February 19, 2016

Jeff P. We arrived in Punta del Este, Uruguay via cruise ship and arranged through Excellence Tourismo an excursion to visit Experience Garzon. The tour included a pick up at the port by our driver Jorge (sp?) and his son Geronomo (sp?), who served as our guide and English speaking translator on the drive. Jorge and Geronomo were incredibly friendly and very accommodating - as full of knowledge and equally inquisitive about our culture and lives. The van was clean and comfortable (and air conditioned!). We arrived at Bodega Garzon and were greeted by a really warm and friendly guide. The tour included a very professional video, with introduction in parts by our guide who gave history and explanations, answered questions and then gave a view of the various production facilities where they process the olives into oil. We were then given a drive around parts of the 500-acre property (!!!) and we returned to a really beautifully laid out tapas-like lunch of olive oils, olives, almonds, cheese and bread with wine and water to sample. The whole experience was excellent, very professional while also being warm and welcoming! I've been on a fair number of excursions and tours, and this one - I highly recommend this. Book directly with Excellence Tourismo!