Mendoza: A full day experience in private to know the most exclusive wineries

3 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Day Trip
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 8 hr

Our guide will pick you up at the Mendoza airport where you will also be received by our driver. Once with them, you will begin your adventure through the well-known wine routes and the incomparable colorful landscapes of this city. Accompanied by our guide you will visit three of the best known wineries in Mendoza, through the tour of the wineries, the wine tasting and the production process, you will understand the history of the place, the gastronomy and the customs. In addition to tasting the varieties of wine from the wineries, you will be able to access specialized guides in oenology to learn about the properties, techniques, irrigation systems, pruning and harvesting of the world of wine. The wineries have a restaurant where you will have lunch, offering menus of between 5 and 8 high quality dishes, for this reason we include lunch in this experience, you can test the different ones while enjoying a meal specially prepared by the winery.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Expetravel / Azul Latina

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Bodega Achaval Ferrer

For those who visit the city, this is not only an opportunity to taste some of the best rated wines in Argentina, but also represents the possibility of personally meeting Santiago Achaval, one of the most awarded winemakers in the country. Wine to taste: Achaval Ferrer Dolce, a dessert wine made with partially dissected Malbec grapes, creating an intense sweet wine.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Bodega Luigi Bosca Familia Arizu

Luigi Bosca welcomes you to the winery and invites you to enjoy its Visitor Center. As part of the proposal you can taste their wines and live from within the exciting experience offered by wine. The winery, owned by the Arizu family, is located in the Department of Luján de Cuyo, only 25 kilometers from the city of Mendoza, at the foot of the Andes mountain range and framed by a rural landscape of great scenic beauty. Its architecture and construction are an icon in the region. Elegant and sober, it combines in its structure the winemaking tradition of Mendoza with the highest processing technology to make excellent wines. The proposal of Luigi Bosca is aimed at small groups of people interested in knowing the secrets of good wine and enjoy a warm visit to the facilities. It not only includes a tour of the moments of the wine production process, but also seeks to share the history of the family, the magic of tasting and even has a circuit for the most attractive scenes of Mendoza art.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Bodega Hacienda del Plata

Located in Chacras de Coria, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza, at a height of 920.82 meters above sea level. Its shallow alluvial soils favor the conduction of its vineyards in high trellis of Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon on its surface of 18 hectares. VISITS AND TASTINGS In finca "Las Marías", Chacras de Coria, the old house of the family of more than 100 years, offers travelers a haven in the Wine Routes. Full of a simple family history of Mendoza. Visits and tastings raise the friendship to the height of an art. Wine producers will give a personal introduction to Hacienda del Plata, a tour of vineyards, winery and tastings directly from the barrel. Filled with family history and Argentine tradition, the winery tours and tastings combine to create a relaxed family atmosphere, bringing a high level of tourism experience. Lunch at the Dominio del Plata winery, menu paired with wines from the winery

Duration: 3 hour

Pass By: The Vines of Mendoza

Mendoza is a city in western Argentina. It is the capital of the province of Mendoza and is located in the plain east of the Andes mountain range.An unforgettable experience, a feast for the senses. Visit the most important Mendoza wineries, walk through its vineyards, learn their stories, philosophies and taste their wines, surrounded by unique landscapes. We do not want you to see only Mendoza culture; We want you to experience everything Mendoza has to offer.

Pass By: Mendoza River

The Mendoza River is a river located in the north of the province of Mendoza, Argentina. It passes through the city of Luján de Cuyo, located near the city of Mendoza, capital of the province, is one of the most important sources of irrigation water in the country.

Pass By: Parque General San Martin

The General San Martín Park is the oldest and main park in Mendoza. The park covers 307 hectares and 86 hectares in expansion with 17 km of travel. It is located in the city of Mendoza, the most important in the west of the Argentine Republic. The forest heritage with more than 300 species native to North America, Asia, Europe and Australia have made it a plant universe, full of streets and roads specially built to make your journey more pleasant. Its 400-hectare vegetable orb was created based on a criterion of quality of life, since afforestation on the west side of the city allows for fair humidification of the environment.

Pass By: Parque Provincial Aconcagua

Aconcagua provincial park is located in the northwest of the province of Mendoza

Pass By: Terraza Jardin Mirador

Going up the elevator of the municipal building you can see a great panoramic view of the city of Mendoza when you reach the terrace.

Pass By: Museo Nacional Del Vino y la Vendimia

Declared a national drink in Argentina, wine has charms and attributes that make it known throughout the world. Its rich history of effort, tradition and values must be known. The story goes that in Maipú in 1896 Gerónimo Bautista Gargantini, a Swiss immigrant, partnered with Juan Giol, an Italian immigrant, and both gave life to what would be one of Mendoza's first wineries, La Colina de Oro.

Pass By: Finca Decero

Born of the world-class vision of Swiss owner Thomas Schmidheiny, Finca Decero is an acclaimed wine estate and the location of our one-of-a-kind Remolinos vineyard in Agrelo, Mendoza. In 2000, the decision was taken to start “from scratch” (as Decero means). Unencumbered by history, starting with a blank canvas we were able to make critical early decisions which determined our path towards establishing an exceptional wine estate.

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Our Mendoza winery opened in 2002 and is headed by Valeria Antolin, who is the heart of our operations. Located in the foothills of the Andes Mountains, our vineyards rely on irrigation from the pure waters melting from their snow-crested peaks. This is a significant aspect of what makes our wines exquisite. Valeria has been with Piattelli since the beginning and now claims tribute to our award-winning line of wines – produced from century old vines. Our Mendoza winery is the production hub for the majority of our varietals with a 40,000 case capacity. These vineyards are USDA certified organic as there is no need for pesticides as the area is pest-free due to naturally low-humidity and high altitudes. According to winemaker, Valeria Antolin, it's impossible to make world-class wine unless you start with world-class grapes. “The best technique in the world won't make up for an environment not perfectly suited to a given varietal (variety of grape)

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We have inherited our passion from the pioneers of French-influenced Argentinian winemaking, and brought together talent and enthusiasm in the service of excellence. Each of us plays an essential role in ensuring the consistent style and quality of our wines.

Pass By: Bodega Alta Vista

The quality of the wine starts within the vineyard. Therefore, not only are our vineyards located in privileged places to produce great wines, but also they are also high-density plantings, with a range of 5500 to 7000 plants per hectare. Terroir is a French word meaning, “taste of earth”, which refers to the influence that the ecological system has on the vineyards:

Pass By: Bodega Vistalba

Bodega Vistalba was founded in Mendoza in 2003 by Carlos Pulenta, the third generation of a traditional winery family. He built the winery on a family estate in Vistalba Luján de Cuyo Mendoza and thus began to pour all his experience and passion for making wines into a family project. The long history of the Pulenta family, its historic vineyards together with modern viticultural techniques, came together in the objective of producing elegant wines, at the height of the great wines of the world. Today, Paula Pulenta, fourth generation of the Pulenta family, is in charge of the winery and together with a team of professionals they maintain a strong presence in the internal and external market. They export their wines to countries on all continents.

Pass By: Bodega Nieto Senetiner

At our winery, the history that started out in the vineyards continues. It is a history that combines tradition and the work of artisans with technology, creating one-of-a-kind experiences when it comes time to enjoy fine wine. In a setting that brings to mind historic colonial architecture, tanks of different sizes preserve the quality of the grapes we use to make our wines. The wine production and storage in oak barrels is a process involving great care, and we have a special sector in the winery where we produce sparkling wines using the Charmat and Champenoise methods.
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