Argentina's annual National Wine Harvest Festival (Fiesta Nacional de la Vendimia), ranked one of the world's top ten harvest festivals by National Geographic and held in tribute to grape harvest workers.
Basically, it’s a festival to mark the harvest and gathering of grapes: backbreaking work that involves all the main players of the wine world. It’s a celebration of all the hard work that has been done and is also an expression of gratitude.
Since 1936, the province has honored the wine industry and its workers with a series of traditional events that take place throughout the first week of March. It’s the most important festival of its kind and renowned throughout the world, attracting visitors from near and far.