Mendoza Wine Tour Options

Lujan de Cuyo Wine Tour (Cradle of Malbec): A Wine Tour in Lujan de Cuyo offers great wines, spectacular views of the Andes, and prestigious wineries. With a fascinating combination of tradition and modernity, Lujan is home for some of the most renowned Malbecs in the world. This region is a perfect example of how man’s effort turned this dessert into a fertile Oasis. In Lujan de Cuyo you will learn about traditional irrigation systems, in contrast with the newest technology, providing you with an understanding of the basic components of wine-production here in Mendoza.In Lujan de Cuyo you will find several lodging options in wineries, or in surrounding vineyards.

Maipú Wine Tour (Tradition & Gourmet): Discover the rich history of wine production through a journey into Mendoza´s past. A Wine Tour in Maipú, one of Mendoza´s most historic wine-producing regions, provides a thorough understanding of the history and traditions of wine-production in Mendoza. Maipú offers a diverse variety of wineries, both traditional and modern, thus allowing visitors to see both the traditional and modern approaches local wine-makers are using. In addition to visiting both traditional and modern wineries in Maipú, one has the option of visiting the Rutini Winery museum which will expose you to objects and techniques used 3 centuries ago, as well as their evolution to the present. We will visit 3 wineries, one of which is more than 100 years old: Trapiche. We will also visit Domaine St Diego, where you will have the oppurtunity to tour with the owner, thus providing an intimate opportunity to learn everything about wine! Next we invite you to experience the Great Argentinean Barbecue at the Familia Zuccardi winery!

Valle de Uco Wine Tour (High Altitude Wines): Uco Valley is a synonym for exceptional terroir (territory). The Uco Valley benefits from absolutely pure water, rocky soil, and high Andes´altitudes, blessing it with fertile and productive land for agriculture. In the past 15 years, Valle de Uco, has become the paradigm of world-renowned wines. In the Uco Valley one has the option of visiting organic wine producers, taking cooking classes, horseback riding through the vineyards, and even spending the night at luxury Estancias (winery estates).