Step into the wonderful world of vineyard living part-or-all year in the province, with tantalizing benefits like participation in wine-making, majestic mountain views, nearby services and activities like golf, adventure sports, diverse gastronomical options, and 300+ days of sunshine.
Mendoza Province, Argentina
Santa María de los Andes
Santa María de los Andes is the first vineyard town in the world that offers a unique opportunity to all enthusiasts of wine and its culture: become owners of a vineyard without neccesarily being experts or having been related to the business before.
Algodon Wine Estates
The vineyards of Algodon Wine Estates are located in the foothills of the Sierra Pintada Mountains in San Rafael, Mendoza. With vines dating back to the 1940’s, this two thousand acre estate was developed by Scott Mathis and his partners and is nestled in the heart of Argentina’s wine country.
Casa de Uco
Casa de Uco offers property plots of 2,500m2 (26,900sq ft) to build private villas, and together with the hotel and the bungalows, constitute a small village in the vineyards. Villa owners will have access to all social and recreational facilities the estate has to offer, and in addition, benefit from all of the hotel’s services, like round-the-clock concierge, room service or spa treatments, in the privacy of their homes. Owners may also opt to rent their villas, providing an additional return on their investment.
**Grand Opening - December 2013
La Morada de los Andes
La Morada de Los Andes is a vineyard community set in the pure sunshine of Argentina's wine country, at the foot of the rugged Andes. With only 83 homesites nestled in the heart of 1,010 acres of vines, La Morada combines the tranquility of country life, the luxury of custom homes, the sophistication of a world-class wine region, and the freedom to discover the life you've always wanted for yourself.
The Vines of Mendoza
Set amid 1,000 acres in the prestigious Uco Valley, a limited number of professionally managed Private Vineyard Estates are offered in three to ten acre parcels. Owners produce wine with internationally acclaimed consulting winemaker, Santiago Achával, of Achával-Ferrer fame.
Tupungato Winelands common vineyards are ideal to enjoy the natural beauty while being part of the wine experience.
News and press release samplings relative to Vineyard Living in Mendoza, Argentina:
Argentina's Mendoza wine route: top 10 guide
The Guardian, April 17, 2015
"Thanks to the boom over the past two decades since top-quality malbec hit the world stage, substantial investment has seen elaborate architectural gems spring up, complete with tasting menus..."
UCO VALLEY, ARGENTINA
Decanter, May 10, 2014
"If, on the other hand, you love wine and the outdoor life, you will discover it all here. The Uco Valley is a dramatic landscape, with big skies, charming posadas and estancias, small hotels and enticing restaurants."
American Starts a Luxury Resort to Share the Argentina He Loves
nytimes, January 23, 2014
"...It’s about coming to Mendoza,” Mr. Evans said. “I came here on vacation, fell in love with the place, and stayed. So how do I give people that?..."
“We want to make genuine and highest-quality wines, with a minimal environmental impact”
Winesur, July 2, 2013
"Today, we have an estate in the Uco Valley, called Alpasión, over 85 hectares and we are planning to cultivate 60. Nowadays, there are 2 planted hectares, and we want to cultivate..."
Owner Spotlight: Wayne and Carol Tamarelli
The Vines of Mendoza Blog, May 30, 2013
"...who were visiting Mendoza to do a blending session with the winemaking team, check in on their vineyards, and see the progress on their Villa at The Vines Resort & Spa."
Living off the vine at Mendoza's top winemaking communities
Centurion, April 24, 2013
"Although winemaking à pied rarely takes place in this day and age, owning a home and a plot of Malbec or Bonarda in Mendoza, Argentina’s principal winemaking region, is a more feasible dream."
The wine-ding road (3)
Sorrel Moseley-Williams, April 8, 2013
"...Chacras de Coria, a leafy area within the more well-known Lujan de Cuyo, offerings are diverse."
Diversified Private Equity Corp. : Why consider vineyard real estate in San Rafael, Mendoza?
4-traders, March 28, 2013
San Rafael is home to some of Argentina's biggest and best wineries, such as Algodon Wine Estates, Bianchi, Goyenechea, Jean Rivier, Mumm, Roca, and Suter..."
The long and wine-ding road (part II)
Buenos Aires Herald, March 10, 2013
"When on the sacred grape turf of Mendoza, a few wine tastings are naturally on the cards..."
The long and wine-ding road
Buenos Aires Herald, March 3, 2013
"The air is crackling with energy, and it has nothing to do with the Andes having some kind of temper tantrum..."
“Residence Club of Argentina” Unveiled
SFGate, February 11 2013
"The Residence Club of Argentina ("RCA"), a new and innovative wine, sports and cultural society with luxurious accommodations in three diverse and exciting destinations, was unveiled today..."
Akis Neocleous, Luxury Resort Expert, Joins The Vines Resort & Spa as General Manager
Market Wire, 20 December 2012
"...the unbelievable view of the Andes and vineyard experience, as well as the variety of activities one can find..."
In Argentine Development, Vineyards and Villas
nytimes, Septemeber 6 2012
"Spanish and Italian immigrants planted vines in the Uco Valley as early as the 1920s, but the valley, which is 70 kilometers long, or 45 miles, was considered too far from Mendoza, the provincial capital in central Argentina..."