Mendoza is the epicenter of Argentina’s world-renowned wine industry. Production here—which dates back to the Spanish conquistadors—has thrived thanks to the soil, climate, and altitude combining to create perfect winemaking conditions. Here’s everything you need to know.
Lujan de Cuyo
When driving around the Luján de Cuyo area, be sure to check out the Circuito Cordón del Plata, named for a small mountain chain of always snowy peaks, which presents a strong contrasts to the warm, dry summery temperatures typical to the area, especially in the most-visited months of December to April.
Amazing wine tour
The tour exceeded our expectations. Our group was small which helped for a more relaxed appreciation of the wines degustation at the 3 wineries we visited. At the last winery we had an ecxquisite lunch with 5 course menu and 6 diferent red wines to taste.
Julio_L, Feb 2020
- Bodega Chandon
- Finca Decero
- Bodega Cruzat
- Bodega Renacer
- Achaval-Ferrer Winery
- Bodega Tierras Altas
- Trapiche Winery (Bodega Trapiche)
- Cacheuta Thermal Spa (Termas Cacheuta)
- Navarro Correa Winery
- Hill of Glory (Cerro de la Gloria)
- General San Martin Park (Parque General San Martin)
- Plaza Independencia
- San Francisco Church (Iglesia de San Francisco)
- Plaza España