Explore the treasure trove of special tasting rooms in the province; an amazing mixture of rooms in wineries, hotels, lodges, restaurants, wine shops, storefronts, and surprise places, with the majority available by reservations.
Mendoza Province, Argentina
Bodega Los Toneles
The best way to appreciate wine is fully activating the senses. All we are able to analyze sensory wine, we only exercise the memory and attention. We offer tastings at our new tasting room for children, and adults in which proposals can choose classic, premium and regional.
Bodega Catena Zapata
Tasting rooms available: Bodega Catena Zapata
Bodega Pulenta Estate
Our wines rest until they reach their maturity in french oak barrels stored in our cellar. The cellar comprises two barrel rooms converging to the tasting room, place where opinions, ideas and pleasures get together to enjoy the wine.
Bodega Ruca Malen
Visits to the winery with tastings of the three brands: Yauquén, Ruca Malén and Kinién. The guided visits may be in Spanish, English and Portuguese languages.
Tasting rooms available: Finca Decero
Filósofos Bodega y Restaurante
We taste our best wines, highlighting each of our brands with their special characteristics, since a young wine without oak, to a reserve or big reserve varietal aged in oak barrels and presenting our wines By Author.
Clos de Chacras
Tasting rooms available: Clos de Chacras
Lares de Chacras
Tasting rooms available: Lares de Chacras
Manos Morenas Peruvian Restaurant
Not only is this classic tasting room situated in a Peruvian restaurant in the heart of Chacras de Coria, but you can easily sip Pisco Sours while soaking in the local wine culture.
Once at the winery, visitors will be introduced to each stage of the traditional method, starting with the production of base wines and moving on to the second fermentation process and aging. The tour ends with a tasting session of Cruzat sparkling wine lines.
Tasting rooms available: Entre Cielos
Viña El Cerno
Tasting rooms: Viña El Cerno
Tasting rooms available: Laur Olivicola
Casa del Vistante - Familia Zuccardi
Tasting rooms available: Casa del Vistante - Familia Zuccardi
Enjoy wine by the glass ot the bottle in this unique tasting room attached to the restaurant, where you can also have your meal.
In the basement of Huentala Hotel Boutique, a precise temperature and humidity lie the best wines of our province.
Uvas Lounge & Bar - Park Hyatt
Uvas Lounge & Bar, located next to Grill Q, offers our guests a wide variety of boutique wines, a tasting room and an open lounge with livings to enjoy a glass of Argentina's best Malbec.
Deluxe tasting room available for private groups in the heart of Mendoza city, steps away from the Park Hyatt.Custom-made wine tastings in English and Spanish
The wine tasting room in Uco Valley.
News relative to Wine Tasting in Mendoza, Argentina:
This Argentine vineyard had British beginnings
Durham Region, July 02, 2015
"A British engineer by the name of Sir Edmund Norton was involved in the building of the Transandean Railway between Argentina and Chile. Around 1890 he was so impressed with the Mendoza region that he decided to stay and raise a family. He also built the first winery (1895) in the area (Lujan de Cuyo) just south of the Mendoza River."
Salentein, the heart and soul of the Uco Valley
Decanter, June 09, 2015
"The Uco Valley is clearly the future for Argentine wine. Its high elevation and stony alluvial soils create the perfect conditions..."
World Malbec Day: The Best Mendoza and Cahors Wines
Forbes, April 20, 2015
"The grape variety comes from the south-west of France, a small region called Cahors. But it lived a fairly unnoticed life there until it emigrated to Argentina where it has become one of the most popular grape varieties."
Malbec has many faces in Argentina
TheTimes-Tribune, January 15th, 2014
"...No discussion of Argentine wines would be complete without talking about the often overlooked white wine, the lovely torrontes..."
Argentina's Most Expensive Wines
Wine Search, January 8th, 2014
"...many of Argentina’s top wines are bought by affluent locals and wine-loving Brazilians on vacation..."
Argentina Wine Country: Beyond Malbec! (PHOTOS)
Huffington Post, January 2nd, 2014
"...But I was most intrigued by the Bonarda grape, introduced to Argentina by Italian immigrants during the influx of European immigrants in the mid-1900s..."
Argentina Tries to Give Malbec More Status
nytimes, December 27th, 2013
"...There’s also a terroir-driven earthiness in the Argentine examples; a sort of work boots with designer suit approach..."
Argentina puts a new face on its wines
TheSpec, October 5th, 2013
"...As recently as a dozen years ago, few Canadian consumers knew anything about the wines of Argentina..."
Torrontés wine is consolidated as the main Argentine White
MDZol, 14 de julio de 2013
"...Torrontés is Argentina’s signature white variety and represents, along with Malbec, the country worldwide. This was confirmed by a report made by the Argentine Wine Observatory..."
Argentine wines chosen by Hollywood stars
Winesur, July 8, 2013
"Carlitos Gardel restaurant is Los Angeles’s center of attention. With typical Argentine food and wines of the country, the place is where celebrities choose..."
Casarena Takes Home Gold and Best of Class at the 2013 Los Angeles International Wine Competition
PRWeb, June 20, 2013
"Casarena received a Gold Medal and Best of Class award with a score of 93 points for their 2011 Reserve Malbec."
Norton entertained journalists in their day and launched its new wines
Wine Sur, June 18, 2013
"During the event, journalists and those present had the chances to taste these three wines in the same occasion, clearly showing the influence a micro-region has on the wine..."
Wine finds: Malbec grapes make complex, earthy wines
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 5, 2013
"Malbec grapes grown in Argentina can produce delicious medium- to full-bodied reds with complex flavors of black and red fruit, black-pepper spice, smooth, ripe tannins..."
Which are the ten most expensive wines of Argentina?
Wine Sur, May 29, 2013
"Despite the fact that consumption is concentrated on the middle-price ranges, sales of these products go up every day, whereas icon and high-price wines have still their..."
Malbec wine flourishing in Mendoza, Argentina
Press-citizen, May 21, 2013
"...and there are now more than 120,000 acres planted to the variety in that region alone. One in particular has caught my attention recently, called Inacayal."
30 wineries will participate in “Bodegas Abiertas 2013”
Winesur, 21 de mayo de 2013
"On Saturday, May 25, the second edition of this program, aimed at promoting the wine tourism in Argentina, will be carried out for charity."
Going in Blind: Blind Tasting at The Vines of Mendoza Tasting Room
The Vines of Mendoza Blog, May 18, 2013
"After fifteen minutes of swirling, sipping and swapping ideas, I was at an impasse. My notes were covered in scratched out names of red varietals..."
Looking back on a mid-harvest Winemaker’s Night: Cantinian
The Vines of Mendoza Blog, May 14, 2013
"They bought just over 10 hectares of land and use all their own grapes for their boutique production of wine. Since the very start they made the vineyards organic..."
Argentina’s chardonnay, another gem from its high-altitude vineyards
Voxxi, May 8, 2013
"Argentina is justly known for its malbec, a red wine that can be a great value at any price. But although malbec may be the country’s signature grape, it is by no means the only one that..."
Argentina’s Malbec wines get their own glass
Eturbonews, May 06, 2013
"...new Riedel glass designed and developed specifically for the Malbec wines in cooperation with the Graffigna wines of Argentina, owned by Pernod Ricard USA."
5 Argentine chardonnays to try
The Washington Post, April 30, 2013
"Argentina’s chardonnay deserves to be on your wine list because of its quality and value. Sadly, Bodegas Salentein’s exceptional reserve chardonnay is not sold at retail in..."
Chile takes a dig at Argentina's Malbec throne
Drinks Media Wire, April 30, 2013
"There’s no doubt that Argentina is renowned worldwide as the New World producer of Malbec and has with formidable strength planted this grape firmly on the wine map. Its great success has made Malbec the emblematic variety of the country..."
We’re still No. 1: U.S. keeps top spot in wine-quaffing count
The Miami Herald, April 25, 2013
"2011 Trivento Reserve Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina: aromas and flavors of ripe black cherries and mocha, mellow tannins..."
Eric Scheffer of Vinnie’s has a new wine label. Here’s your chance to try it.
Citizen-times, April 16, 2013
"The DoubleTree by Hilton Asheville-Biltmore will host a wine dinner on Friday, April 26 at 7 pm, featuring Argentinian Chef Pablo Ranae, with assistance from DoubleTree Biltmore executive chef Dan Moore."
Sam Wylie-Harris samples the pic of Argentina's malbec wines
This is Plymouth, April 12, 2013
"Ripe and round with defining spice and dark berry fruits without excess weight, there's a hint of dark chocolate lingering on the finish and firm tannins to make it a good all-rounder."
Toast Argentina's Most Popular Wine on April 17 - A Day to Celebrate Malbec
PR Newswire, April 11, 2013
"Argentine Malbec has become so popular around the world that it merits its own special day of celebration..."
Where to Find the Best Malbecs in Argentina
The Daily Meal, April 10, 2013
"If a trip to Mendoza, Argentina, is in your future, make sure to save an afternoon for a visit to the delightful Lagarde, a family-run, mid-size winery that dates back to 1897."
World Malbec Day 2013 at Gaucho
The London Insider, April 6, 2013
"Gaucho is gearing up for this year’s World Malbec Day, which takes place on 17 April. On the day itself, it will offer tastings of 40 different Malbecs..."
Hewitt: Try a new taste on Malbec Day
Shelby News, April 5, 2013
"The Cahors Malbec is usually a bit lighter in style than the rich Argentine wines. I find the few Chilean Malbecs I've tasted similar to Mendoza..."
A Taste of Argentina
Joonbug, March 26, 2013
"New Yorkers can enjoy World Malbec Day not just on April 17th, but throughout the renowned Tribeca Film Festival. The eleven day festival kicks off on April 17th and Wines of Argentina is the sponsors..."
The hunt for S. American wines that stand apart
The Seattle Times, March 22, 2013
"Fincas Don Martino is in Argentina's Mendoza region, an area best known for malbec, of course, but also for torrontés, a fragrant white grape, and rather earthy cabernets and merlots..."
The best Argentine wines by Stehpen Tanzer
Wine Sur, March 20, 2013
"The reds of Argentina rank among the world’s great wine bargains. The country offers a host of outperformers in the $15 to $20 range– satisfying, rich reds that can compete against top cabs from California..."
Argentine Wines Have Mile-High Taste, Rock Bottom Prices
Bloomberg Business Week, March 18, 2013
"Seventy percent of Argentina’s wines come from the Mendoza region, whose 900 vineyards occupy 370,500 acres spread across desert-like terrain as high as 5,800 feet..."
Five wines to toast the new Pope
Contra Costa Times, March 13, 2013
"We're just excited to toast his success. And what better way to acknowledge the pope's appointment than by clinking glasses swishing with malbec..."
Over 70 events in 60 cities on “Malbec World Day”
Wine Sur, March 11, 2013
"In this opportunity, the most important celebrations will take place in Nueva York, San Pablo, London, Shanghai, and Mendoza..."
Malbec takes over the streets in celebration of its day
Wines of Argentina, March 07, 2013
"In addition to having organized 70 events that will take place in 60 cities of 50 countries around the world to pay tribute to Argentina..."
Parker gave 100 points to a winemaker from Mendoza
Wine Sur, March 5, 2013
"Marcello Pelleriti is a rock star, not only for being an excellent musician but also for being in charge of two important companies standing out day by day in the world scene..."
Argentina attained 24 trophies at the Argentina Wine Awards 2013
Wine Sur, February 27, 2013
"Ten of the 24 trophies were attained by WineSur’s member wineries. The winemakers of these wines share in this article..."
Alumnae wine down in Mendoza
The Miami Student, February 21, 2013
"Sarah Hannibal, Paula Tordella Hawthorne, Mara Gloor and Kerri Tordella Rygiel decided to leave the suburbs of Chicago and take a spontaneous trip to Mendoza, Argentina..."
New Year, New World: Explore the Best of Argentina With Trapiche Wines
Market Watch, February 20, 2013
"A new year is underway, and if one resolution is to become more adventuresome, expand your oenological horizons by exploring the diversity of Argentinian wines through Trapiche..."