wineries to be explored in Mendoza, Argentina

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The Vines of Mendoza

Los Sauces region

In addition to the beautiful view and rich fauna, this winery has delicious attractions: the Resort & Spa is home to the restaurant Siete Fuegos, which offers a seasonal menu. Have a candlelight dinner and order a grilled dish to accompany the wine (as well as the ice cream, produced at the locale).

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Bodega Gimenez Riili

Los Sauces region

The landscape is filled with snow-topped mountains in the background – you can admire them from one of the exclusive and quiet rooms in the local hotel. Take bike rides, participate in tasting sessions and rest at the spa, which offers oenotherapy and Thai massages.

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Bodega Cavas de Don Arturo

Maipú region

Tours of this family-owned winery, where they explain the artisanal production process of wine, are conducted by the family that runs the business. You can only find the brand’s wine there, which makes the visit even more special.

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Bodega Norton

Luján de Cuyo region

This winery owned by the Swarovski family (yes, the same of the crystal) was the first to be installed south of the Mendoza River and currently has bottles that are almost 100 years old. Take advantage to explore the maze-like grape plantation and stop by the La Vid bistro for a meal.

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Bodega Salentein

Tunuyán region

The wine is stored in barrels inside a circular wine cellar, visited by tourists on the tour. Take a horseback or bike ride to explore the surroundings and take advantage to observe the sunset from the hill. This winery is also home to an art gallery.

 

LATAM has direct flights to Mendoza departing from Santiago, Lima, Buenos Aires and other destinations.